We are creating a course with a story view theme. As you know, clicking the menu icon brings up the left panel. We have found that we can complete the course by clicking on the learning object in the left panel even without reading the whole content.
We want to prevent the learner from completing the course by just clicking the left panel without reading the entire content.
Is there any way to prevent the learner from clikcing the left panel?
Customer Experience: Another Option for Instructional Designers with Melissa Milloway- IDIODC Ep #1542021-06-23
On this episode of IDIODC, Melissa Milloway joins to talk about the similarities between internal ID work and CX work.
You can hide individual pages from the outline in Page Properties
The Job Aid feature in Capture auto creates a great stylized document, but you can make it yours by setting up a Word.DOT template.
After system updates of dominKnow | ONE it is recommended that you clear your browser cache. Only the files should be cleared. There is no need to clear cookies or browser history. When clearing the files we recommend the "all" or "all time" options to make sure nothing is missed.
Clearing only these files will, at worse, cause some sites you visit to be slightly slower the next time you visit, as the cached files are re-aquired. Think of it almost as a "reboot" of the browser.
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I have a set of variables like var1, var2, var3.
When all variables have a value of 1, I want o set variable part1 to 1 or any other value.
I know that I could use a trigger everytime var# changes to 1 and check a condition if the other 2 vars are 1, then set part1 to 1, but it's not very efficient and gets messy if we add more variables to track.
Is there a way to constantly monitor the values of var1, var2 and var3 and when all are 1, set the new variable?