Course navigation

The navigation mode will indicate the student the  order we want it to be read and the obligatory nature of the elements that are inside the slide.
The navigation mode of our course is configured in  Project fiche, in Course navigation section.

There are two navigation modes: free and sequential. We explain each one here:

Free

This navigation mode will allow the student to take the course in the order that they want. 
This navigation mode does not force the student to complete the elements within a slide. A ccessing to it is enough to considering it completed.

Sequential

Sequential navigation is only available in PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS plans.

First of all, it's important to know that in preview the course will always be displayed in free mode navigation.

This navigation mode will force the student to take the course in order.
This navigation mode forces the user to complete all the interactive elements of the slide (except links and embed) to be able to advance. To do this, the user must interact with all the elements of the slide until they see all the contents of them. Audiovisual elements such as audios and videos will require an 80% visualization to be considered as completed.
Until the student has completed the slide, the Continue button will be blocked as shown below:

If the user tries to access the blocked content either by clicking on the continue button or in the index or through url, a popup window will appear explaining what he must do to be able to continue:

The final evaluation will not be accessible until the user has completed all the slides.

Browsing considerations for the course

In express courses modifying the type of course browsing is not allowed. You’ll see that it doesn’t appear in the project file for its configuration. This is due to the fact that the express course is designed to be streamlined and rapidly consumed content, and sequential browsing does not have a valid format for this type of content. For express courses, a vertical type of browsing will be defined at all times.

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