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Creating Navigation Restriction in Elearning Course Using Articulate Storyline

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Creating Navigation Restriction in Elearning Course Uisng Articulate Storyline

In my previous blog, we saw the easiest and commonly used method to create navigation restrictions. In this blog, we will see another method to create navigation restrictions.

Let us now look at the steps to be followed in this method.

Step 01

Insert 2 slides with some content and animation.

Slides

Step 02

Outside the first slide, insert a small rectangle.

Small rectangle outside the slide

Step 03

Change the initial state of the rectangle to Hidden.

Initial state of the rectangle

Step 04

Click the Create a new trigger button.

Create a new Trigger Button

Step 05

Create a trigger as shown in the screenshot below. This trigger changes the state of the rectangle from hidden to normal, when the timeline of the slide is completed.

Change the state trigger

Click OK once you are done with the settings.

Step 06

Now, double click the trigger that has been assigned to the next button.

Edit trigger

Step 07

Click show conditions.

Show Conditions

Step 08

Click Add new condition.

Add Conditions Button

Step 09

In this method, we have not used a variable. So, click Shapes.

condition using shapes

Step 10

Now, set the condition as shown in the screenshot below.

Condition

Click OK once you are done with the settings.

Trigger with condition

This trigger with the condition will restrict the navigation unless the state of the rectangle is normal. Click OK.

Now, preview the slides and check the functionality.

These requirements are very easy and rare but sometimes they seem complicated and achieving them becomes difficult if we do not choose the right method. For more such methods, stay tuned to our blog.

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