Create unique and engaging learner experiences by showing content in a modal window over your main page
There are a lot of use cases for providing documents or files for learners to download or open as part of a learning experience.
One way to do this is to add a Link to File action to an element, which will open the file when a learner clicks on the element.
You can link to any file from the Media Library, including documents, PDF files and media like image, audio or video files.
Many themes have a Resources button under the Menu options.
When you set a button (or other element) with a ...
Steps to edit the settings for an action using the Actions tab.
As you add Actions to a Page, they are listed on the Actions tab on the left side of the Stage.
You can use this tab to open Actions to edit them.
This tab is also helpful for understanding all the Actions or events on a Page, especially if you aren't the original author but are trying to make updates.
for example can we link a button to the homepage of the learning module?
I am having trouble modifying any "link to URL" actions (navigation and branching). They seem to disappear when I go in to view them under the "actions" tab in the sidebar. I'm also finding that the link that I indicate in the action settings doesn't work all of the time. I would prefer the links to be "modal" but they don't always work this way, and I have to get it to open in a new window (which isn't ideal for my purposes).
Any suggestions are appreciated!
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Steps to set a button to show a Pop Up panel as well as include the text string saved to a variable as part of the feedback text on the Pop Up panel.
A Pop Up panel gets shown as a modal window above the main page, which will be shown as grayed-out while the panel is open.
Steps to set up a Show Action where the learner will click on a button to show another element on the Page.
This exampe uses a Button but any element can be set up as the item the learner will interact with, including text elements, image elements and more.
Similarly, this example Shows an image element but any element can be selected as the Target of the Show Action. You can also select multiple elements as targets, to Show more than one thing at a time.