Navigation In The Reader
The side your audience sees
Your publications on Readz can be read on desktop, tablet, and smartphone devices. To help the navigation on these devices, your Readz publications come with built-in navigation icons so you can focus on content. The screenshot below shows how a typical Readz page looks on the desktop reader. In the top-left, you'll notice a square icon with 3 horizontal lines. This is the table of contents (TOC) icon. This is present on all three devices.
 
Non-touchscreen devices (most desktop screens) also have Previous and Next page icons (the arrows shown below) to help your readers navigate back and forth. Touchscreen devices do not have these icons. Touchscreen users will swipe left or right to navigate.
Let's explore the TOC icon and the menu options that appear when it's clicked on.
The Articles menu will open the list of sections and articles in your publication. Sections are optional, but help to organize large quantities of articles. In the following screenshot, you can see an example of articles inside of sections. Sections titles are in the gray bars, while the articles are listed inside of those sections. If you don't have sections, your articles will still appear, just on their own. Clicking on an article in this list will take you to that page. The current page you're viewing will be highlighted in red.
From the TOC menu, you can share the page you are viewing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and via email. Clicking on any of the icons will let you post that page to the corresponding social media site. The post will contain the link to the page you were on when you shared it. When setting up a custom URL, there are additional steps that need to be taken in order to give readers the ability to share on Facebook. Click here to read more about setting up Facebook sharing with custom URLs.
At the head of your TOC menu list, you'll see some text. This text is coming from two places within the editor, which you can customize. The red highlighted text is the publication title or app title. You can change this text by going to the Preferences menu in the editor. The blue highlighted text is your project name. You can also change this from within the editor.
At the head of your TOC menu list, you'll see some text. This text is coming from two places within the editor, which you can customize. The red highlighted text is the publication title or app title. You can change this text by going to the Preferences menu in the editor. The blue highlighted text is your project name. You can also change this from within the editor.
The Articles menu will open the list of sections and articles in your publications. Sections are optional, but help to organize large quantities of articles. In the following screenshot, you can see an example of articles inside of sections. Sections titles are in the gray bars, while the articles are listed inside of those sections. If you don't have sections, your articles will still appear, just on their own. Clicking on an article in this list will take you to that page. The current page you're viewing will be highlighted in red.
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