2 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2012 11:30 PM by Lilybiri

    Button widget - add javascript?

    SavvyEd Newcomer

      I would like to add a Close button to my master slide that executes javascript: window.close().


      Is there a way to do that with the button widget?

        • 1. Re: Button widget - add javascript?
          RodWard Mythic

          That option is not listed in the dropdown for this widget.


          Interactive objects cannot currently be added to Captivate master slides.  So you cannot do this with a normal button or click box either.


          There is a Close button that can be added to the playback bar, but whether or not it will close your window depends on a number of factors.

          • 2. Re: Button widget - add javascript?
            Lilybiri Legend

            As Rod told, the button widget is a static widget with limited functionalities, but I like it nevertheless because you can use it on master slides/question slides. Just an idea, didn't try it out:

            1. use the button widget to jump to a short slide (at the end of the course), which is possible
            2. add the JS to the On Enter action of that slide