This title contains 4 examples of how you can create image-based questions. For True or False, Multiple Choice, or Multiple Response questions, you would normally interact with the standard radio buttons or check boxes. In these examples, we’re hiding the interactive parts of the question objects and using Image Buttons instead. We then pass the […]
Here’s a sample of a course with BranchTrack I created in Lectora 17 for the latest contest.
Have not been as active as before on the community, mostly due to a contract job. Well that ends on January, so i will be more active again… and open for new interesting jobs and projects offcourse 😉 Quality assured as you all know… A question popped up on the forum about groups and how […]
I’ve been a bit absent from the Community here for a while, hard at work on – well, work. But as we are gearing up for the holiday, we’ve been putting something together here in our department and I thought I would share the template, in case anyone else wants to get into the spirit. […]
Tabs that slide?! Ladies and gentlemen the pinnacle of tab sliding technology is upon us. Feast your eyes upon the wonders of moving tabs!
I created this quick example to show a customer how to use muliple status indicators to hold up navigation until all content has been reviewed. This basic template includes an introduction page, four pages of placeholder content, and a chapter review with status indicators. All pages must be reviewed before the button to show the […]
I saw this at a training and found it very helpful to demonstrate that having a system or plan and or a focus of attention can help you solve problems more quickly. This is my first attempt at creating an eLearning version of it.
We are re-releasing this interactive process chart built entirely within Lectora Online in celebration of the fact that Lectora Online now has editable shapes, editable buttons, buttons states, and visual effects just as Lectora for desktop does! All of the shapes, buttons, button states, and styles are now completely editable within Lectora Online without the […]
This is a small timer I made in Lectora 16 as a kind of practice/challenge/example 🙂 The stopwatch shows the time you’ve spent on the current page and the cumulative time of the previous pages. After a flying start I realised it would need a bit (or a lot!) of tweaking with variables to overcome some (mostly visual) flaws and bugginess. So […]