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Navigating past hidden page in Flow

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Posted   3 months ago

I have two hidden pages in my Flow project. Can I modify the navigation arrows so that the user bypasses those two pages when they click on the Next arrow, or when they click to return to the previous page?

 

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Posted   3 months ago

Depending on your overall goals, you could disable the next buton on the page prior to the hidden pages and the previous button on the page after the 2 pages (under Interact Ribbon bar).  Then add a "next" button and a "previous" button on the respective pages that has an action to "branch to a page" and have it jump to the appropriate page, thus circumventing those two pages.

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avatar Luke Hickey   |    
Posted   3 months ago

Hide pages from outline is a feature that removes the page from the outline so learners cannot jump to the page directly when viewing the outline.

The feature does not remove the page from the course navigation (next/previous).

If you want to open/show pages that are not part of the navigation you can use the Target Pages feature to create pages to show learners. 

Here's a link to Target Pages if you're not familiar with them. 
 


 

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avatar Timscap   |    
Posted   3 months ago

I have created a page with a hotspot. When clicked it opens another page in a light box. But the page that appears in the light box still appears in the outline. How can I hide it from the outline? When I open Project > Targets, no pages are displayed.

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3 months ago     Luke Hickey     221   |   4  

Have you tried creating the page in the target page section?

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avatar Timscap   |    
Posted   3 months ago

That sounds like a feasible solution. Thanks.

 

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