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We added an extension to create multiple-choice quizzes. For any quiz, you can set up a question with a list of one or more possible answers. The default behaviours are:
- Display radio buttons to the user when the question can have only one correct answer.
- Display checkboxes to the user when the question can have multiple correct answers.
You can add a parameter on the quiz to force the type of quiz (radio buttons or checkbox).
?[What is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything?] -[ ] There is no answer to that! -[ ] Sleep and eat -[x] Easy, this is 42 -[ ] Peace & Love
will produce the following result:
What is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything?
The solution will be validated if the user checks the third item.
The question label starts with the token
?[ and ends with the token
?[This is the label used for the question.]
Choice items are composed of 3 elements:
- The dash prefix:
- The validity token of the item:
[X]token means a valid choice
[ ]token means a wrong choice
- The label of the item
-[ ] This is an invalid choice -[X] This is a valid choice
Force single or multiple choice answer style
Sometime, we need to force a single choice. The choice answer style can be forced with the a parameter following the question label.
- Single answer: Radio button style, a single answer can be forced with the
- Multiple answers: Checkbox style can be forced with the
?[This is the label used for the question](single) - [ ] Choice 1 - [X] Choice 2 which is a valid answer - [ ] Choice 3 - [X] Choice 4 which is a valid answer
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