Hot words are inline elements, which allow easily adding interactivity embedded in a text paragraph. Hot words consist of a hot word element, and a hot word popup element which is shown when the hot word’s event is triggered, according to its <Event>.
Hot words are similar to hot spots, but serve a specific purpose of triggering hot word popups on interaction with a segment of text.
To convert a piece of text into a hot word, select a segment of text, and use Home > Hot Word. Inserting a hot word without selecting a segment of text will append a hot word at the caret’s position.
|Event||Select||mouse over – The hot word popup is shown when the mouse is over the hot word, and hidden when it leaves.
click – The hot word popup is shown/hidden when the hot word is pressed.
|Hide All Popups||Checkbox||When on, revealing the popup hides all other hot word popups in the page.|
|Hide Mode||Select||effect – Use an effect (if defined) when hiding the hot word popup.
plain – Hide the hot word popup without any effects.
|Link To||Media||A URL to open when pressing the hot word.|
|Window Name||Text||The name of the window to open the <Link To> URL in. If no window name is given, the URL will be opened in a new window. Only relevant when a URL is set.|
|Mouse Over Style||Style Rule||Used when the mouse is over the hot word.|
|Visited Style||Style Rule||Used once the hot word popup has been revealed.|
|Active Style||Style Rule||Used while the hot word is active.|
A hot word popup is a generic element, available for edit when the hot word associated with it is selected. Additional hot word popups can be added to an existing hot word, using Hot Word > Add Popup.