This is an example specific to the Online version of Lectora where you can show a different “visited” state for a hyperlink. It also shows how to use a variable to maintain that state when leaving and returning to the page.
As a followup on the previous lesson about coloring a textfield, i made a solution how to color or animate a specific word or even character in Lectora with the aid of GSAP SplitText. Although it is possible to get the same done without GSAP it makes life so much easier that for this kind […]
Ok guys, I am still new to all of this but I’m trying to create some pretty advanced actions. Please look at the image I attached for the notes. I am also attaching the final product.
Kray had a Kill List. Solved that. Main issue with his approach was probably the ‘tough to oversee’ conditions. Trying to get his working straight away failed for me too. So i first setup a simple approach with just numbers in the list, when i got that working i added a page with his texts […]
Hello Gang, I’m having a bit of a problem. I was wondering if anyone else has run in to the problem of using a list to call up different text or functions and had over half of them not work? So here is what I’m trying to do… I have a forms drop list of […]
Holly asked for this on some other content of mine. Here is a basic and simple way only using RunJS code inside Lectora. Easiest way i can think of to get the actual position of an element.
Having an issue with setting text style colors using the eyedropper tool. Has anyone else had this issue? Do we have a fix, other than manually entering the color by number? I have attached a video showing step by step what I did to have the problem.