Interactive Quizzing


(James Bryan Smith) #1

I am struggling to create a simple, one question (text) Fill in the Blank style assessment. Any tips, tricks, or code that could point me in the right direction?


(Freelancer) #2

(James Bryan Smith) #3

Thanks! This is helpful for the calculation/trigger script!

I am really stuck on the text-entry (Fill in the Blank) question style, though.


#4

Can you share what you have?


(James Bryan Smith) #5

Two issues arise - I can’t simplify to create a one-question sample, and then triggering the event in Hype.


#6

Or even better, include your entire .hype document as a Zip file.


(James Bryan Smith) #8

<script type=”text/javascript”> function valid() { cor = “0″ incor = “0″ test0 = document.myform.elements[0].value; if (test0.toLowerCase() == “codingforums.com”) { ++cor; } else ++incor if (test1.toLowerCase() == “chrismiceli”) { ++cor; } else ++incor alert(“you got ” + cor + ” right\n And you got ” + incor + ” wrong. You got ” + cor/2 * 100 + “% correct!”); } </script> <body> <form name=”myform”> 1. which city is the capital of the USA? <input type=”text” name=”q1″> 2. who is the president of America? <input type=”text/javascript”> <br> <input type=”button” onClick=”valid()” value=”check answers”>


(James Bryan Smith) #9

I haven’t built it out, just been testing in Hype.


#10

So can you share your Hype document? All your quotes in the code you posted are ‘smart quotes’ which are not recognizable by JavaScript the same way that the " character or ' is.


(James Bryan Smith) #11

Ah, sorry about that. How can I export just one slide? I am working on other parts currently.


(James Bryan Smith) #12

FillinBlank.zip (93.7 KB)