From the Add Web Objects group, you have many options for adding web-based content into your course. These options include a web window from a variety of sources, social media content, an RSS feed or HTML Extension. Starting Lectora 12 you were also given the options to set a number of properties for Web Objects including borders, margins, scrollbar, and transparency settings. This video highlighting the additional editing capabilities in still relevant in the most recent version of Lectora.
An object (a picture or a button) can’t be one layer up from one html extension inside Lectora. The opposite can be done. I attach an example to understand what I mean. In this Lectora file you will see that everything is ok while the picture in one level down from the html extension. Please try […]
The sample shows how to create a scrollable custom div.
This library object uses HTML Extensions to create a scrolling image inside of a frame, as well as a scrolling text marquee containing HTML links embedded in a custom HTML DIV. The file includes 3 different types of HTML Extensions: A Cascading Style Sheet which controls the image scrolling animation, two Header Scripting Extensions containing […]
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.