Sometimes in your Lectora courses you’ll want to disable a user to look through all of the content of the course. To do this, most developers disable the next button until all the buttons have been clicked. We are going to discuss how to do this tip with our Lectora Templates. It’s very simple because we’ve made our templates so you can change anything you want.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to take control of the next button using our pre-built eLearning Templates. Plus, you will learn how to set up action conditions for your tabbed buttons. When you are done watching the video, you will be able to say after all these buttons are clicked, show the next button to go to the next slide.
So, fasten your seat belts boys and girls, this is going to be an awesome tutorial. Most of this tutorial will show you how to set up action conditions for you tab buttons.
Enjoy this Lecora video tutorial!
Lock Down the Lectora Next Button Video
Watch video on YouTube.
Here are few more Lectora posts that will help you make awesome eLearning:
- Getting Started with Lectora Templates
- How to Optimize Your Lectora Templates for Branding
- Free Lectora Interaction Template
- The Case of the Persistent Variables: a Lectora Mystery
- The Case of the Persistent Variables: a Lectora Mystery (Part 2)