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Chris Van Wingerden

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2019-09-12

Flow pages have no fixed height. You can add as much content as you need or want.

This means you can use scrolling as a design experience.

You see this in many modern websites, or even in social media apps where scrolling is the basic way of navigating content.

This lesson shows how to add a Blank section template to a Page.

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2019-09-12

Steps to add a pre-made Section to a Flow page.

There is a wide range of available Sections that can be used by following these steps. This example shows adding a Section with a Title and Subtitle.

Adding multiple Sections to a Flow page is a great way to create a longer, scrolling experience for your learners.

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2019-09-06

This is a really great place to start if you're trying to understand how responsive design can help you tell stories, differently.

It has some awesome examples for inspiration plus a good overview of several responsive design options/effects/tools that you can use to help your content come alive and draw your learner in.

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2019-07-30

Steps to add an Audio Narration file to a Page in a Claro Project. (The Timeline option for audio narration is not supported in Flow pages.)

This automatically sets the audio file as Narration, in Autoplay mode and with Full Controls.

It also switches the Timeline below the Stage to synchronize to the audio narration file rather than the default of timing to the loading of the Page.

You can have multiple audio files on a Page but only one can be set as Narration.

NOTE: In Claro Projects,...

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2019-07-23

You can show that a Tile element has been selected by the learner by changing the icon displayed on the Tile.

This is helpful if you want to use the Tile as part of a menu page, for example.

There are two steps to this.

First, you tie the Tile to a variable to track that the Tile has been selected by the learner.

Second you select the icon you wish to display on the Tile when the variable is changed (as a result of the learner selecting the Tile).

NOTE: To use Tiles as “buttons’ on a me...

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