Building Quiz Using Lightboxes Called from Hotspots
Hi there! First post in a long time. I missed this community!
I have what I hope is an easy question. I'll describe what I'm hoping to accomplish, could you please weigh in? Thanks!
I have a form we're training on. The learner needs to be able to look at the form, decide what sections need additional information or have errors, and select it. When they select it, it'll either be incorrect (nothing will happen) or a pop-up will then ask them a multiple choice question.
What I'd like to do is use the form as an image on the slide inside a scrolling panel with correct and incorrect hotspots over each of the sections on the form. Those hotspots would then trigger a lightbox to ask a question and give feedback. The user would then close the lightbox and go back to the main slide. As they find each issue, I'll have a counter (using variables) on the main slide.
Thoughts? This sounds doable but I don't personally have a copy of Storyline to test the theory out. Have to design it in Word and then send it off to an offshore developer.
Thanks so much!