Multiple Choice Questions??

ninja Community Member Posts: 12
Yes, you can do it, and it's not too tough.Do not use the questions wizard. Just create a page and put your question text and custom buttons on it with the appropriate choices as text items next to each button. You will also need to creat a "Submit" button and feedback text items.Name your custom buttons "1", "2", "3", etc. for each choice. The on-click action for each button should be to SET a variable value - for example "Question1" - to be the value of 1, 2, 3, etc. depending on the button clicked. (For user clarity purposes you may also wish to add actions to each button to highlight the current choice selected.)Attach actions to the Submit button to display your correct feedback text if VAR(QUESTION1)= whatever the correct choice value is, and display the incorrect feedback when VAR(QUESTION1)= any of the other choice values.The student will be able to click and choose and change their mind as much as desired until they click Submit. (To prevent the student from just clicking again, add a "on-click HIDE Submit" action to the Submit button.)Good luck.- - Daryl