If you have a Lectora v12 or greater license key you can tell your version just by looking at the license key. Lectora v12 license keys always start with “LI12” or “LP12”. The “LI” stands for Lectora Inspire and “LP” stands for Lectora Publisher. The “12” means it’s for version 12. Lectora v16 license keys always start with “LI16” or “LP16” and Lectora v17 keys always starts with “LI17” or “LP17”.
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 […]
With the new Test Results Object introduced in both Lectora 16.1 and Lectora Online 3.1, you can actually have more than one of these objects on the Test Results page and choose which one to show using a conditional action. For instance, this example has two Test Results Objects on the Test Results page. When the student passes […]
The April 2016 freebie is a responsive Certificate of Completion with a custom design. Click the Download Lectora File button to download the Lectora v16 AWT. Or click the Custom_Certificate_RCD button below the screen capture to download the Lectora Online .pkg file. If you like the design but would like to modify it, we are also […]
This month’s freebie is a sample title that demonstrates how you can use Lectora’s built-in completion status tracking to require prerequisite portions of a title to be completed before accessing other areas of the title. In this sample title, Chapters 1, 2, and 3 must be accessed and completed in order first. Once those chapters […]
This month’s freebie is an example of how you could implement an in-course student notes feature to allow your learners to takes notes within the course on any page and print them out later. Click the Download Lectora File button to download the Lectora v16 AWT, or click the Student Notes Feature_LO button below 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 […]
Lectora 16 is here! Upgrade now to get responsive course design, inline variable replacements, status condition relationships, and more.
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 […]