This month’s freebie is a sample title that demonstrates how you can use Lectora’s built-in completion status tracking to require prerequisite portions of a title to be completed before accessing other areas of the title. In this sample title, Chapters 1, 2, and 3 must be accessed and completed in order first. Once those chapters […]
On the forum i read a question about how to format text differently in one textbox. Answer was that it was difficult to do dynamically. Well could not resist offcourse to make a sample work like that. One other question popping up in the forum was about how to pass the content of a textbox […]
The default way Lectora wraps text around an image i dont like very much. Designwise i want to wrap text closer fitting to the boundary of images. After some experimenting i succeeded in that with the help of GSAP’s SplitText plugin ( http://greensock.com/SplitText ) and a JQuery hittest plugin ( http://e-smartdev.com/#!jsPluginList/hittestJQuery ) to check whether the textlines […]
This sample title contains a drop-down list object, actions, and script that will allow you to change the size of the text in any text block without scaling the entire page. This is useful for titles that need to be WCAG/508 compliant. To use it, copy and paste the Drop-down List object, External HTML Object header script, […]
I am wondering how many Lectora users have encountered this scenario during course development (?): You have defined your navigation buttons Next and Back at the title level to Go To the Next Page and Go To the Previous Page, respectfully. And then, on any one particular page, you need your Next Button or your […]
This library object includes a sample 90 second blank video clip that has 5 events established. In this simple example, text blocks show on the page at different points in the timeline. A “Reset Video” button has been included to reset all event objects and the video so a learner could watch it again. This […]
Have you ever wanted to use fonts in your titles that aren’t deemed “web safe”? You can by using one of three methods described in this article. http://lectora.com/blog/3-Ways-to-Use-Custom-Fonts-in-Lectora. This sample title demonstrates method 3 from the article.