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).
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For Contest 12 I originally struggled with the concept. After some time on Pinterest and a conversation with co-workers I decided to explore the idea of using checkboxes and radio buttons in the context of a menu or restaurant. When I was developing the course I thought it would be a cool idea to incorporate […]
In the community a ‘sliding-effect’ was asked. Allthough this can be achieved by using separate images and the Lectora transitions, i prefer using Tweenmax like in this example.