3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 13, 2006 4:30 PM by CatBandit

    Captivate Quizzes

    Level 7
      I am interested in creating quizzes with Captivate and inserting the info
      into a database with ASP. Everything I've seen in the demos makes it look
      as though this is not only possible, but not too difficult.

      The one question I haven't seen an answer to is whether I can put multiple
      questions on a page and submit the results all at once. Is that possible?
      Every demo I've seen looks like it's one question per page.

      Can I combine, say, 10 slides on one page and submit the results at the end
      with feedback with each question?

      Thanks,
      Nancy


        • 1. Re: Captivate Quizzes
          Level 7
          Never mind .. I found the elearning forum for Captivate. :)

          "Nancy *Adobe Community Expert*" <nancy@webwish.com> wrote in message
          news:e8679b$e4o$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          >I am interested in creating quizzes with Captivate and inserting the info
          >into a database with ASP. Everything I've seen in the demos makes it look
          >as though this is not only possible, but not too difficult.
          >
          > The one question I haven't seen an answer to is whether I can put multiple
          > questions on a page and submit the results all at once. Is that possible?
          > Every demo I've seen looks like it's one question per page.
          >
          > Can I combine, say, 10 slides on one page and submit the results at the
          > end with feedback with each question?
          >
          > Thanks,
          > Nancy
          >
          >


          • 2. Re: Captivate Quizzes
            Captivated_Novice
            please help me! i have inserted next and back buttons after a question slide but they freeze after i go back to the question slide . Why are these buttons freezing?
            • 3. Re: Captivate Quizzes
              CatBandit Level 3
              Please see my reply to your other post. And please don't double-post . . . though in this case you really didn't double post, you just used an existing thread to duplicate the question. Have a nice day, and welcome to the Captivate User Community!