A custom progress bar may be used for many things including showing progress in a non-linear title or as a visual reference for any number of things. You can associate a variable with a custom progress bar and use the Step Progress Bar Position action to determine what direction the bar will move.
Building drag and drop questions in Lectora adds an engaging alternative to your e-Learning course. Find out how here.
A flowchart is an effective way to represent how a process works and to explain the decisions guiding that process. You can build a flowchart interaction using only native Lectora and Lectora Online shapes and text buttons. While a true “visited” state for native Lectora buttons is still in the works, this interaction demonstrates one […]
This interaction is an animated bar chart which uses Progress Bars and the Step Progress action to animate the bars of the chart. In this interaction, you need to click the “year” buttons to animate the bars of the chart. But it could be easily modified to eliminate the buttons and simply have the bars animate […]
Hi, Guys! I want to share this new interaction. There are eight square buttons, which are designed to present any kind of text and graphic content: just click image to reveal the info. More interaction and course templates are available at eLearningchips library. Enjoy 🙂
Hello, Colleagues! Our eLearningchips team is pleased to share timeline interaction developed in Lectora Publisher 16. It contains six round buttons to present any kind of course information. There were used three basic colors such as white, pink and light green. More Lectora interactions can be found at eLearningchips library. Please, leave your suggestions at […]
Dear Colleagues! Our eLearningchips team has recently developed a set of new interactions with a help of Lectora Publisher 16. Each item has a unique design and is developed by e-learning experts. We would like to share interactive vertical accordion with you. This is modern interactive slide made to present any kind of learning information […]
This is a module template based on the Tabbed Pages Interaction by @wendymiller. I really liked the interaction, but thought that it could also be used for chapter navigation. I also make use of Lectora’s Status Indicator Objects for at-a-glance progress tracking on a chapter progress page. The five available chapters culminate in a final sixth “completion” chapter… […]
Not going to win any prizes, but demonstrating what can be done in less than 4 minutes – a single interaction page for multiple devices
It’s a simple interaction designed to provide additional information in pop-up windows. We’re contributing it to Lectora community free. You can find more interactions and Lectora player skins in our stock: elearningchips.com