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Storyline Conversational Sliders
This conversational slider file is built in a straightforward, easy-to-edit manner to make it super simple for you to customize.
The slider on this file can make it seem more complicated than it is.
But we're basically just looking at a big click to reveal here, all added to a standard Storyline scrolling panel.
Everything in that panel, and on the layers that display content after the learner makes a selection, is a standard Storyline element - any shape on any layer, all textboxes, and all images can be edited easily thgouth Storyline's in-tool options.
Click and type to change text, or use the formatting options up top or in the Formatting pane to change styles.
Speaking of styles, all colors are tied to the curent color theme, so if you rebrand the template, it's an automatic update to your theme.
You'll want to review the triggers pane to see some of the custom functionality we've included.
This is where you can edit what happens when a learner clicks one of the buttons in the interaction.
Speaking of custom, this file is also set up to get you started with both 508 compliance AND xAPI.
We've got a minimum font size that meets standards, all contrast is up to snuff and easily changeable, and we've done some of the initial leg work on tab order by removing a number of non-content elements.
Plus, we've added a few triggers to allow learners to make selections using the Enter key on their keyboard.
We've also added some custom xAPI statements to this file to send some great detail about your learners' actions to your LRS.
To learn more about xAPI and how to use it in our files, check out our xAPI support videos.
We've got a number of materials to support you.