Create unique and engaging learner experiences by showing content in a modal window over your main page
We're using a single in-line text input field with an associated variable (per screen) instead of the standard Short Essay question template (we have reasons for not being able to use the template, mostly to do with being unable to disable the default template pop-ups)
We want to have feedback displayed when a custom Submit button is clicked and we want that feedback to stay visible even after they navigate away and back to the screen. This is so they don't have to click on the S...
I'm trying to change the background colour of an input text box when the string that they input equals a pre-defined value (i.e. I'd like to have the input text box turn green when they enter the correct string).
I can get the two parts of this problem working independently (colour change and string check trigger) but can't get them to work together. I've been able to successfully target and change the input text box background using the theme Add CSS functionality, and i can successfully...
Animated GIFs are a great option for showing simple tasks
You can use a button to set a Boolean variable to True or False. In this example, we're setting the Variable to True to track that the learner competed the Page by using the Return To Menu button. We can then evaluate the Variable's state on other pages and use it to trigger other events.
How do you trigger a show action for an icon that is on one page, but the trigger action is the completion of another page?
I selected the page > clicked Trigger > When this page is completed > Show Action > then the only items I can select are on the same page that I am using as a trigger. I can't figure out where to select an image on another page to show on completion. The search only returns items on the same page, too.
Do I have to create a custom variable or am I missing ...
Learn how to add a Variable to Elements within a video, to show an Element once the Variable is triggered.
You can use a lesson five different ways to help your learners