A hotspot is an interactive activity contains a background image with hotspots which show content when clicked. A typical example of a hotspot is a map, with information on an area which is revealed when clicked. The areas on the background image which act as hotspots are predefined in the back-end, and can be ordered so the user can only access them in a particular sequence. Once clicked, the hotspot can either open a popup, or link to a scene or another page.
Start in the Page management area of the Sequence page.
Repeat the steps for Adding the hotspots for the required amount of hotspots. Click Save and Publish.
The most common hotspot type is one that opens popups which hover over the image until closed. If the linking to a page option is chosen, a button should be added to that page to link back to the hotspot image. If the hotspot type is set to scenes, the scenes will need to be created as layout or content blocks with the display option set to scenes. The example below is for a hotspot block with popups, but includes a link to a scene hotspot activity as well.
The Make the learner complete the hotspots in display order? checkbox (optional) underneath the hotspot background image upload area can be checked to restrict the user to clicking on the hotspots in a certain order.