The Robust eBook is a high complexity, premium experience that focuses on education. This 8 chapter eBook includes a robust compilation of engaging layouts that will bring out the best interactions from your visitors. Each chapter includes a variety of different flow steps, animations and mini quizzes to keep your visitors engaged. With the help of accordions and tabs, large amounts of content can be accessible without an overflow of information. Visitors can use the hamburger menu located in the header to switch between the different chapters. Also at the bottom of each page, there is another navigation bar for visitors to go to the next chapter or the previous chapter. This allows fluid transitions between the topics within your eBook. 

  • Type: eBook
  • Complexity: High 
  • Use case: Education

Features available

Here are the major features, abilities, and interactive elements used in this template.

  • Accordion
  • Anchor
  • Animations
  • Flow
  • Lightbox
  • Reveals
  • Tabs

How-to use

Here is a helpful guide on how to handle all the major features, abilities, and interactive elements available to make the most out of this template.

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Accordion

Step 1: To edit the accordion settings, first locate the Accordion element on the canvas. 

Step 2: You can edit the accordion titles by clicking on it directly on the canvas or expanding the accordion sections under the Variables panel. 

Step 3: You can edit the contents within the accordions by clicking on the Text element inside the Accordion Section container. 

Step 4: To add a new accordion section, you can click on the section title on the canvas or expand the accordion panel under the Variables panel.

Anchor

Step 1: To edit which page you want the button to go, first select the Link element on the canvas

Step 2: Click under the Actions panel to open the edit window.

Step 3: Under the Go to Page tab, select the page from the dropdown menu where you want the button to go then press OK to save. 

Animations

Step 1: To edit or to add an animation, first select the element you want to animate on the canvas. 

Step 2: Under the Animations panel, expand the (trigger) dropdown, and select the animation trigger. 

Step 3: After selecting the animation trigger, another (choose) dropdown will appear. Expand the second dropdown to select the type of animation you want to apply. 

Step 4: To remove an existing animation, click on the X to the right of the blue animation tag. 

Flow

Step 1: To update the content within your Flow, begin by selecting it on the canvas.

Step 2: Within the Flow, locate the first Flow Step at the top. You can edit the contents within the container, add content, or remove all of the content from the Flow Step.

Step 3: At the very bottom of the Flow is a Progress bar navigation that is used to indicate the active Flow Step and is also used as buttons to navigate through steps. You can remove this by expanding the Others tab under the Micro-themes panel and removing the Navigation style micro-theme.

Step 4: You can also change the style of the navigation by choosing the Flow microtheme.

Step 5: After choosing the Flow Microtheme, another dropdown will appear where you can choose from a list of sub-category options.

Lightbox

Step 1: To edit the lightbox settings, first locate the Lightbox element on the canvas. 

Step 2: Expand the Content tab to see the lightbox settings. 

Step 3: Choose which type of content you want to display in the lightbox. To open another page within the lightbox, you will need to select the URL option. 

Step 4: To change the page within the lightbox, click under the URL panel to open the edit window. 

Reveal

Step 1: To edit when the reveal container will appear, first select the Reveal element on the canvas. 

Step 2: Under the Variables panel, you can choose to change the Reveal type and when the reveal will appear by selecting from the options listed. 

Tabs

Step 1: To edit the tab settings, first locate the Tab element on the canvas. 

Step 2: You can edit the tab titles by clicking on the tab titles on the canvas or the tab title under the Variables panel. 

Step 3: You can edit the contents within the tabs by clicking on the Text element inside the Tab Section container. 

Step 4: To add a new tab, you can click on the tab title on the canvas or expand the tab panel under the Variables panel. 

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