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 […]
The January Freebie is an example of how you can implement custom sub-menus which indicate the current chapter and section and are always visible. It can be easily adapted for use in your own Lectora titles. No variable modifications needed because there aren’t any! This example is RCD-ready too! Click the Download Lectora File button to […]
This month’s freebie is in honor of the release of both Lectora Online and Lectora 16 with Responsive Course Design (RCD). The zip files contain an RCD course theme in 3 color schemes with custom slide-in menu with status indicators. The preview shows the Red color scheme. To preview on a device, scan the QR […]
This sample title contains a drop-down list object, actions, and script that will allow you to change the size of the text in any text block without scaling the entire page. This is useful for titles that need to be WCAG/508 compliant. To use it, copy and paste the Drop-down List object, External HTML Object header script, […]
This is a course template, intended for a short course (10-20) pages with a drop down menu that displays all pages, uses the status indicators and is set up so you cannot jump ahead to pages you have not yet visited or completed. You can use the menu to re-visit completed pages in any order, […]
This sample e-Learning course contains examples of tests, buttons, menus, rollovers and more. The sample includes the completed title as well as a comprehensive tutorial to help you recreate this course.
This sample m-Learning course is designed and developed for mobile devices in Lectora V11. The course showcases swipe gestures for navigation, branching navigation, drag and drop interactions, status indicator icons and multiple question types. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
This example of just-in-time m-Learning is designed and developed for mobile devices. The course showcases finger-friendly custom menus and navigation, embedded video, image and text transitions, pop-ups, and more. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
Lectora’s menus, status indicators, and progress bars are great ways to give your learners a visual cue as to where they are in a course.