In the forum transitions and the white flicker when loading new pages remain a constant topic. One solution for that is use a one-page-setup in Lectora. So i made a setup like that. Not perfect yet offcourse, but a nice start to build upon if you want a one-page-setup. Further i see this as a nice-to-have option for Lectora itself. If Trivantis could add a ‘publish as singlepage’ checkbox in the publish options and a title would publish then like this…with offcourse the option of selecting specific elements as sticky elements to remain at their position.. Well  my 5 cents anyway 😉



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    Erica Hunter

    Very cool idea for laying out a page. I’m just starting to get the hang of JS so it neat to see one way it can be pulled into Lectora do to something really neat.

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    Jill Searcy

    I really like this idea but how does the learner know they are at the end or the beginning? Maybe an action detecting the location replaces the next and back button accordingly? Any thoughts?

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    Math Notermans Post author

    Hi Jill,

    Indeed that is not implemented in my sample. An action to show only next or previous is an option and maybe some visual indication you are at the last page , with a new button giving the option to go back to page 1.
    All easy to achieve in a setup like this.

    In fact i do think that when designing with mobile in mind, a one page scrollable setup ( or multiple one page sections ) is a good way for mobiles.

    Kind regards,

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