I've been working on a project lately where to get the exact design I want, I needed to add a decent amount of my own CSS. I filled up the 3000 character limit in the theme CSS by the time I had gotten 1/4 the way through my project and then had to shift the design. My feature request below would reduce the issue I faced. In my particular case, I needed to add my own CSS styling to many 'groups' to get exactly what I wanted. When inspecting and grabbing the CSS class, each group had it's own ...
Hello! I use hiding/showing a lot on my pages. You can think of a page where when you engage with the content, the next section of the page shows and I automatically scroll you down to the next section (the previous section is still visible if you scroll up). I have some long pages that do this. If a user navigates away from this page and then comes back, everything is hidden again, causing them to go through all the content again. A similar question was asked a couple years ago at the link b...
Hello! Just wondering if there was a solution proposed for the question at the link below. There was mention that they would discuss it during the User meetup, but no follow up on the post. https://community.dominknow.com/question/Can-you-set-an-element-to-persistently-show-even-after-navigating-to-other-pages-WITHOUT-using-a-variable--4fc7464e
I'm using the Story template in Flow and I know the nav menu in this template is not accessible. Screen readers will read each menu item on every new page. Just wondering if there is a way to make a screen reader ignore the nav menu entirely either with CSS or editing the published file. Thanks!
Hello, Two questions about the Flow Storytelling Template
Is there anyway to start the left menu closed? In the title block in the left menu (screenshot below) is there any way to have the course image appear rather than the colour? I didn't find a native option for this, so I tried adding my own CSS. While inspecting the page, I've been able to hide the colour to show the image behind the colour, but when adding my own css to match when I inspected the page, it did not work (css below).
Hello, When using the multiple choice activity on a regular page (the one from Engage -> M/C), when using custom feedback, the feedback shown is alwayscorrect feedback. Oddly enough, the "Try again" button will appear, but it shows the Correct feedback when is should show the Incorrect feedback. In case it matters, I'm using the Flow Storytelling template.
Hello! I'm trying to hide and show entire sections but it doesn't look like it's possible. I have different sections that have different background images or colours (background spans the full width of the page), but since you can't hide a section, the image or colour always shows.
Hello, Just wondering if I can mark a course complete through an action (or other method). In the moduel I've made, there is no formal test and learners will not view every page. On the last page of the module, I was planning to simply mark the module complete with an action, but I can't seem to find a trigger for this.
How do yow prevent an inline question from submitting when the learner doesn't select an answer?
I am using inline questions in my module (in Flow). Learners get one chance to answer the question. However, if they hit submit without having selected an answer, they are not able to go back and select an answer. Is there a way to prevent the inline question from submitting when the learner does not select an answer?