When working with a Responsive Course Design (RCD) title, cross-device move and resize will allow you to change the position or size of an object across all devices at the same time.ime.
With Lectora’s Responsive Course Design you can control what information is provided to you learners depending on the type of device – desktop, tablet or smartphone – and orientation they are using. Current View the variable contains the name of the device and orientation currently being used to view the title. This will be one of the following values: Desktop, PhonePortrait, PhoneLandscape, TabletPortrait, and TabletLandscape. The Device Rotation trigger executes the action when the orientation of the user’s tablet or phone is rotated, for example from horizontal/landscape to vertical/portrait. Actions with this trigger can be applied to organizational levels, such as the title, chapters, sections, and pages, and the object level (images, buttons, and text).
Lectora 17 is almost here. Find out what new features are coming to those current on maintenance in this webinar hosted by DarylFleary, Trivantis Product Manager extraordinaire. DarylFleary will walk you through new features like the Seamless Play publish option, which eliminates the screen wipe commonly associated with HTML pages loading, and the ability to auto-play media on mobile devices.
Join Product Manager Daryl Fleary as he unveils the new features in Lectora desktop 16.2. You’ll hear about many new exciting enhancements to the way PowerPoint files import into Lectora.
Joe Ganci also known as eLearning Joe demo’s responsive course design for Lectora Live.
In today’s episode, we are joined by THE eLearningJoe, Joe Ganci. Joe gives us a quick demo on responsive course design, which is helpful when designing courses. Rather than creating different courses for desktop view and tablet view, responsive course design fits it all in the respective designs for us! What a great Lectora capability!