[Xerte] Re: xerte XOT HTML5 - graphical menu, connector pages
d_b_burnett at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 5 01:19:16 GMT 2013
>Could I build such a menu as a model then insert it using the 'xerte content' icon?
Since the point of the html5 is to dispense with the Flash plugin, that would sort of defeat the purpose.Hence, I don't believe there is an HTML/JS analog for "Insert Xerte content".
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> Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2013 16:58:54 -0800
> Subject: [Xerte] xerte XOT HTML5 - graphical menu, connector pages
> Has anyone has built a graphical 'menu' using connector pages? (or some
> other method)
> Is there any way I could build a custom graphical menu (let's say with 8
> modules - 8 hotspot images on the screen) that would jump a user to the
> appropriate page, then run through the pages in the part, then at the end of
> the 'part' navigate back to the main menu - and if possible turn on a 'done'
> checkmark on the menu? Could I build such a menu as a model then insert it
> using the 'xerte content' icon? I'm assuming there is a way to assign a
> unique ID to each page in XOT...
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