811 BYOD: 10+ CSS Tricks You Can Use for Articulate Rise Published Courses
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, March 28
Articulate Rise is awesome! It makes it easy to create responsive eLearning by simply filling out a form, and it looks great on every device. But sometimes with simplicity you don’t get as much flexibility as you want. What if you want to hide the page titles or adjust the style of the buttons? Luckily, there are some simple CSS tricks you can do to Articulate Rise courses that give you greater ability to visually adjust the output of your courses.
In this session, we will cover 10+ tricks you can do with CSS to get a specific look/feel with your Articulate Rise courses. You can hide sections you don’t want, adjust the margins and paddings of default sections, and even change what the default UI elements look like with nothing more than simple CSS tweaks.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to hide the page title section
- How to adjust the style of the default UI elements
- How to adjust spacing and margins for default pages
- How to create breakpoints for responsive code adjustments
Intermediate and advanced designers and developers; some CSS helpful, but not required.
Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Rise, CSS, Sublime Text.
Participant technology requirements:
Articulate Rise, CSS.
DevLearn Program Manager
The Learning Guild / Learning Dojo
Jeff Batt has 12+ years of experience in the digital learning and media industry. Currently Jeff Batt is the DevLearn Program Manager for The Learning Guild. He helps create and coordinate the conference programs to deliver the highest and most relevant content for L&D professionals. He is also the founder and trainer at Learning Dojo, a company dedicated to training you to become a software ninja in a variety of eLearning, web, and mobile-related software applications. Jeff often speaks on developmental technologies such as xAPI, HTML5, augmented reality, mobile development, eLearning development tools, and more.