A little help with creating an interactive presentation

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Hi everyone

We are planning to make an interactive presentation.

Our idea is to make a presentation with two pages. One page would contain video/picture nad will have a small banner down with interactive button saying click to go to customer survey.

When clicked it should open page 2 containing webpage with customer survey webapp we created. that webpage should stay onscreen for 2 minutes, then go to page 1.

I know how to set everything up except making page 2 and interactive button.

i had read this link http://blog.risevision.com/building-multi-page-presentation/ but i dont know where exactly to put all the html codes.

Can you help me a little bit with this please?

Thanks in advance
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Hi Fifthscreen Doo,
We have a couple of threads which may have the answer that you are looking for in terms of a redirect:
https://community.risevision.com/rise...
https://community.risevision.com/rise...

There may also be other resources outside of here that can guide you on creating touch interactive buttons. Suggestions from others are also welcome :)

Thanks,
Hannah
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Man, that is not complicated, but there are sooo many things to explain I would not even start it here. As a person with very basic web design skills I have figured that out with the links RV guys provided above. It really all boils down to opening example page in HTML view and looking to at the code. Then you need to figure out the structure they have and how it could be altered to fit your needs. The script stays pretty much the same with only minor changes. You really need to know your way around basic HTML. If you do not know then posting stuff here would not help much. Also, it would be easier to help you if you already had something done, so we know what are you trying to achieve there exactly.

Finally, personally I believe it is better if just stayed away from RV method and simply made your presentation as a webpage using other tools, put is some place online and pulled it to your presentation using Web page Widget. I found this method much more flexible and you can achieve more visually appealing/interesting results. I used JQuery, but you also could look up 'one page web templates.'

This is still work in progress (customer really takes his time), but you can see basic multi-page structure using JQuery, also, after a minute, it does go to the home page. ALSO I must war that RV preview does not represent exactly how the presentation is behaving on a real display: http://preview.risevision.com/?type=presentation&id=00237c9a-bdaf-43ce-858d-57a588c8d694&sho...
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Thanks Hsuarez Darius and Shea. I have opened the link Shea posted, grabbed the HTML and i will look into it. will keep you posted :)

Thanks for now
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this is the topic i posted some time ago before going multi-page, some good points there :https://community.risevision.com/rise_vision_inc/topics/interactive-presentation-example

RV have pretty good guidelines for HTML markup, but <script> portion is too complicated for a person who is not familiar with this computer language. basically I copied the entire <script> section from their presentation example and edited lit a little bit to match my placeholders.

You also need to be aware of the problems touchscreen can present. Firs of all it is scaling. Any person can put 2 fingers and just scale/zoom your presentation up... and leave it that way. Also Chrome browser use swipe interaction for browsing history... not cool. I tried different codes, developer level  Chrome settings and non of them worked. What worked for me was ELO touchscreen monitor settings. Using their display control software I was allowed to disable swiping, long-press touch, basically made interaction suitable for public touch screen signage.

Also, when you have your presentation working, let me know and I will give you the code that makes your presentation to go back to the 'home' after some user inactivity time. I have it posted here in the forum somewhere; you can look it up yourself.