Editing the iframe code to adjust the size of the embedded VIMEO video
Learn how to add a Variable to Elements within a video, to show an Element once the Variable is triggered.
Steps to add a label to an Image Element.
The label is added as a layer within the image element.
If you move the element on the page, the label will move as well and remain in its location above the image.
You can also use these instructions to add and edit Labels on Video elements.
The Video Playlist widgets make it easy to add a collection of Vimeo or YouTube videos to any page
Steps to add a video to your page from a source like YouTube or Vimeo using an embed code.
Embedded videos are essentially played within an iframe on the page, so they are more limited than uploaded videos. For example, you can't add layered content over them and you can't set up actions based on the embedded video's timeline.
Steps to add a Label to an image.
Instead of adding text within an image file you can add Labels when authoring. This is great for identifying or naming parts of a diagram, for example.
If you move the image on a Claro page or if it moves or resizes in a Flow page the labels will stay in position in relation to the image.
The text in the labels is also included in Translation export files, making it easy to translate the text (much easier than editing the image in another application to ch...
The Video Playlist widgets make it easy to add a collection of Vimeo or YouTube videos to any page.
Check out the drag and drop option for adding more videos, it's a great time saver.
When added to a Flow page, the Playlist is responsive. On wider screens the list of videos will display on the right side of the main video panel. On narrower screens the list of videos will be shown under the main video panel.
NOTE: You can't mix YouTube and Vimeo videos in the same Playlist.
I need information control labels on much of the content we produce for U.S. Government. These labels need to appear at the top and bottom of each display page in Claro.
Ideally, the content of the label would be controlled via a variable (so an Author would only have to change a single location) and could be translated.
The labels may or may not be required on module or learning object title pages. The labels do not have to appear on the Thumbnails used in the Handouts as they will appear...
Seems like it should be quite simple but when the menu for "show" displays, the elements are rows and rich text. The icons I put on the graphic are not visible to select as trigger targets. Is there another method? (Markers do not work in my classroom environment.)