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Chapter 6. Constructing the Interface > Exploring the Interface

Exploring the Interface

In Chapter 3, “Establishing the Course Specifications,” you explored the difference between a scrolling and a fixed interface. A scrolling interface enables a Web page to be as long as necessary. The learner scrolls down the page to move through the content. The interface contains buttons, sometimes at both the top and the bottom of the page, that the learner uses to move to other parts of the course. Figure 6.1 presents an example of a scrolling interface.

Figure 6.1. A scrolling interface allows the course content to be as long as necessary in a single Web page.



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