Learning about the Mockplus ‘Link Point’ helps you build interactive prototypes rapidly.

Part one: What is a Link Point in Mockplus?

1. Click on a component, and a dot will show at the upper right corner.

2. When your mouse pointer hovers over the dot, you will see a toolbar. The dot on the left of the toolbar is called a Link Point in Mockplus.

Part two: How Does the ‘Link Point’ Work?

1. Use a Link Point to build a link between pages

Click on one component and then drag the Link Point to the page you want to link it to in the project panel on the right. In this way, you can create links between pages. Press F5 to review the effect.

2. Use a Link Point to build interactive components

Here we will build an example to explain how to build interactive components with a Link Point in Mockplus.

Example: A picture will move when the ‘OK’ button is clicked.

Step1. Click on the button component and drag the Link Point to the image you want to link it to.

Step 2. Then a dialog box appears. From there you can define a command for the selected component. In this case, just click Move and OK.

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Step 3. Press F5 to preview the effect.

Interaction 4 – Use Link Point to Create Interactive Prototypes in Mockplus