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Styles Overview 1
***All template files are tested using modern browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox. We do not support or test using Internet Explorer.***
Greetings everybody. Today, we're going to take a very quick look at one of our favorite additions to the eLearning Brothers Library: Styles.
A Style is a group of over 32 unique, highly-customizable, and incredibly useful eLearning templates. All themed to match one another.
Think of a Style as a template family—a group of super-awesome brother and sister files, designed to help amplify your eLearning output. We handle the style (visual look and feel) and function so you can focus on content, and crank those projects out!
Each Style includes a number of files. Several of these files contain multiple slides. Our layout and quiz files, for instance, each have a number of slides included.
Several of the interactions are multi-slide files as well; some contain 1 – 2 different versions of an interaction.
On top of that, we're always coming out with new Styles and exploring new designs and interactions. And, since all files in a Style share a common function and structure, you can mix and match files or restyle easily and reliably, with no surprises.
That’s it for this very brief overview of eLearning Brothers Styles. If you have more questions about Styles, check out our other videos in the series. If not, go download a file and make something awesome!