Captivate 2019 - changing SCORM/HTML-Export with CSS

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Hi @all,

Captivte exports a terrible sourcecode (HTML, CSS). I'm not familiar with that from Adobe, usually the auto generated HTML output of Adobe is excellent - at least with all programs of the Creative Cloud. In the case of Captivate, I can't confirm this impression.

Does any of you know which selector specification is needed to address the active menu item in the TOC? Unfortunately Adobe does not use a class name like .active or similar.

 

I hope someone can help me. Thank you very much, in any case, in advance for your effort.

 

Greetings Dickes B.

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Captivate 2019 - changing SCORM/HTML-Export with CSS

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Sep 19, 2019

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Hi @all,

Captivte exports a terrible sourcecode (HTML, CSS). I'm not familiar with that from Adobe, usually the auto generated HTML output of Adobe is excellent - at least with all programs of the Creative Cloud. In the case of Captivate, I can't confirm this impression.

Does any of you know which selector specification is needed to address the active menu item in the TOC? Unfortunately Adobe does not use a class name like .active or similar.

 

I hope someone can help me. Thank you very much, in any case, in advance for your effort.

 

Greetings Dickes B.

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