Posts Tagged ‘lectora’

Using CSS to Style Your Lectora Course

Are you ready to see just how far you can take your Lectora® e-Learning course? We asked a pro Lectora developer, Tim Kindberg, to share some insight into using CSS to style a Lectora course. Check it out: There are a lot of things that Lectora does for us. However, in the occasional instance where…

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3rd Party Integrations with Lectora

I often say that Lectora® e-Learning software is open, but sometimes even I don’t realize just how open it is. I run BranchTrack, a startup company that lets instructional designers create interactive customer simulations and embed them into e-Learning courses. One of our key values is “be simple and intuitive,” and we invest a lot…

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3 Ways to Use Custom Fonts in Lectora

A lot of people have been asking me how to use custom fonts in Lectora® e-Learning software, so I decided that a final and ultimate guide is in order. It covers two major steps: 1. getting the fonts into Lectora for the developer and 2. making sure your learners can see the fonts regardless of…

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