Course published to html loses Current Chapter and Page name in Chrome.

jankelly
jankelly Community Member Posts: 27
Hi Folks,

Can anyone suggest a fix for me?

I have developed courses in Lectora 17 and published to HTML. When I launch them in Chrome, I lose the Chapter Headings and Page Title (reverts to default text); however, if I launch them with IE, the correct Chapter Title and Page Title displays.

Thanks for reading this, and hope you can help save my sanity!

Best wishes

Jan

Comments

  • approg
    approg Community Member Posts: 258 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    Which version precisely (currently it's 17.1.2)?

    How are you displaying Chapter Headings and Page Titles?

    Please upload a small sample that displays the issue.
  • jankelly
    jankelly Community Member Posts: 27
    Hi, thanks for responding.

    Version: 17.0.6

    Works when previewing in Chrome, but not when published.

    Files attached, a requested.

    Thanks again

    Jan
  • approg
    approg Community Member Posts: 258 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    Try setting the text icon "Page Title" to Initially Hidden.
  • jankelly
    jankelly Community Member Posts: 27
    Hi

    Works OK in Preview, but when published, no page title and default text for Current Chapter!

    Jan
  • schapman1885
    schapman1885 Community Member Posts: 53
    I have given up on Chrome, having similar issues! They show when viewing in Firefox and IE.
  • jankelly
    jankelly Community Member Posts: 27
    SB Chapman, I feel your pain!!

    This is currently an open issue for me, not on account of Trivantis support, but due to my client being on holiday and not being able to confirm that the suggested fix works.

    If he is able to confirm the fix, I will share it with you. This could take a couple of weeks.

    Best wishes, and keep on in there!

    Jan
  • carlfink
    carlfink Community Member Posts: 971 ✭ Legend ✭
    To work in Chrome with a similar issue, I had to set the textfield to initially contain " " (one blank space) and set the text in an Action.