Customize the skin or remove the skin or player completely.

Hello, I have used Lectora for a while and tried to create a new course using Storyline 2 as I heard that this tool allow our team to create non-linear courses within our quick and short time period.

The thing is our stake holders does not like the idea of having a player or skin. She wants to have more like a web site feel like without having a boxness of the player.

It sounds like she prefers to use objects within the content as a navigation tool and the player are unnecessary. She is very creative person and asks us to find a tool that we can put the content without the player. Also, she does not want to have a left navigation bar as well. I hope it makes sense.  

So my question is is there anyway we can completely remove the player including all the previous and next button etc. Please let me know whether you can do it or not in Storyline 2 or share some examples. 

In summary, we want to try Storyline becuase of our course content will be non-linear. Yet, we totally customize or remove the skin to make our site look like a web site. 

 

 

9 Replies
Sammy Hwang

From the screenr below, I got to know how we can remove the player. My question is is there any way I can choose white color on the list as a thin border so that it does completely look like a web page? 

We will use Moodle 2.8 as a learnng management system and the background will be the white. 

https://player.vimeo.com/video/149066645

Thank you, JillMcNair by the way. 

 

Dave Perry

I have a fault in a custom player (so it's wiping the title of packages, when it's applied). How can I stop this happening? I edited the XML and re-imported it, but it is still applying a generic title in place of whatever was there before I applied the player. I can't find this title in the edited player XML so have no idea where it's coming from

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Dave, 

This is a much older discussion, so I'm not sure if others folks are still subscribed here to weigh in! I did want to offer one idea though - have you looked at what is set within the player properties for title? That is where Storyline is drawing the information from, so I'd look at making the changes there first vs. doing any edits or modifications to the published output.