Summary

After reading this chapter, you will have been exposed to the tools and techniques used to create a responsive eLearning project.

Remember that the basic idea of a responsive project is to let you optimize the way the project looks on mobile devices. To do this, Captivate uses Fluid Boxes to automatically lay out the content on the screen so that it looks good on all device sizes. The default properties of Fluid Boxes give you a nice result, but you can modify these defaults to make the content look better for smaller devices.

If you are more comfortable creating your responsive eLearning courses using the legacy breakpoints mode, or if you have to maintain responsive projects created with Captivate 8 or 9, you can still switch to ...

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