You can place your buttons in tables.
If you want your questionnaire to contain things other than what can be
specified directly in HTML, e.g. mathematical text (containing
multi-level formulas) you have two options.
One of them is to create a figure containing the text in one
of the formats commonly acknowledged by the browsers in use, e.g.
the GIF format.
Such a figure can be created using a software program for drawing and graphics.
or you can simply draw it by hand and on paper and scan it to a file.
The file can then be transferred to the server using this
Definition of a questionnaire
To create a questionnaire, choose a form from this
corresponding directly to the number of questions you want included in your
questionnaire or choose the first definition form.
When you submit a definition with, say 9 or 10 questions, the next time
the definition is presented it will have entry fields for 20 questions.
In the definition form you must specify a name for your questionnaire.
The rest of the fields are optional but try to define a question
in the first question phrase field and the field containing
the points to be attached to the buttons of the field, if any.
Next to the first fields are examples
that you can copy or paste if you want.
By each field you will find a
link in the form of a #-character that takes you to a
further explanation about this particular field.
The first time you create a questionnaire, start out with only one or two
It will make your start-up easier and you might like to work with the
options further down.
You can add to your questionnaire later on.
Click the button about two thirds down the form to submit it.
The definition will be saved on the server
and your questionnaire will be created and displayed on the screen
for you to answer immediately, if you wish,
and thereby check your definition.
Your answers are registered if the questionnaire is of the type
"open with registration of answers".
Thus, using this
you can immediately view the formats used when presenting
It is important that you note the location of your questionnaire if
you are a "non-course" author and the questionnaire is to be accessible
to anyone with access to the server.
This is the case with self-test questionnaires, for example.
See the "Location:"-field above the questionnaire.
Saved definition forms.
The latest version of your questionnaires (and quizzes) are always
accessible to authors via this
There are two methods for sharing a questionnaire definition with others.
Firstly, there is a
for creating a text file containing
all the data in the entry fields of a questionnaire definition.
You can send the text file by e-mail or other means to another author.
The text file can be editted with a simple editor (do not use a
You can also, of course, edit the data directly in the form.
You might, for example, alter the sequence of questions by
altering their numbers.
The new version of the questionnaire is created with the same form.
If you wish to send any images or other attached files
with a questionnaire definition,
you must create a package with these items using this
You can gather any number of questionnaires and quizzes,
for example all questionnaires and quizzes for a course,
together with their associated files in a single pack.
Packs are thus useful for archiving.
if you wish to kow more about creating a questionnaire.
You might like to take a look at the guide
to give yourself a general overview of the possibilities.