Set up page navigation

Navigation using Next and Back buttons should normally be set up on a master page rather than on each normal page. By placing these buttons and actions on a master, the logic only needs to be set up once, which saves time and makes editing the actions easier.

Set up back and next navigation

  1. Create a trigger, such as when a “Next” button is clicked.
    Action Block
  2. Hover over the Page action category.
    Page Action Category
  3. Choose the goto next page block and snap it into the action.
    Go to next page
  4. Follow a similar process to set up “Back” navigation. Your action will look similar to the following:
    Go to previous page

Jump to non-sequential pages

There are two action blocks that allow you to jump to different pages in a lesson:

Two Actions Blocks to Page Navigation

Typically, you should use the goto Goto Page page block, which provides the following benefits:

To create an action using the goto Goto Page page block:

  1. Create a trigger, such as when a button is clicked. The button in this example is labelled “Skip to Knowledge Check”.
    When Button is Clicked
  2. Hover over the Page action category
  3. Choose the goto Goto Page page block and snap it into the action
    When Button is Clicked go to Page 1
  4. Click on the page name dropdown and select the desired page
    Go To Page Dropdown
    Action Complete

The Goto Page by Name is typically used for jumping to a page based on a bookmark retrieved from an LMS. For example, when a lesson initially loads, you might show a dialog telling the learner that they have a bookmarked page and ask them if they want to use it. An action to go to the bookmarked page would look similar to the following:

Go to Page by Name = Get SCORM Bookmark