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Old January 18th, 2006, 10:46 AM
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I currently have Web site that uses the JavaScript from the "Beginning JavaScript" book by Paul Wilton (a WROX book). The javaScript I used from this book was a Tria Quiz script. This is working fine, but I would like to add some additional functionality to it. I am not capable of doing this myself...
My question is, where can I find a person to do this for me (willing to pay).



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Old January 18th, 2006, 12:54 PM
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Depends how much work you want to do. There are various sites where people bid to do the work for the lowest cost.

Perhaps if you let us know what you want to do it might be easy for use to advise how to make the changes or if you like you can contact me at andrew_gilfrin@gilfster.com



 
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Thanks for your reply on the Wrox forum. I have posted there before with specific info on what I need done but never received any replies.

Anyway, I have used the JavaScript for a Trivia Quiz that was written by Paul Wilton who wrote the "Beginners JavaScript" book distributed by Wrox. Here is a link so you can see how it works: http://www.networkdriven.com/hp22/9bb898b.html

What I would like to add, is when the user gets to the end of the exam and they see how many answers they got right and wrong, I would like to have a link they can click on to see the question number of each one they got wrong so they can go back and review just those questions. As it is now, they find out how many they got wrong but have no ideas which ones they are.
So, as the test taker is moving from question to question, some type of JavaScript would need to keep track of which specific question numbers they missed.

One more problem - the way this JavaScript is currently written, it is set to randomize the questions, in other words, each time the user takes the test the questions come up in a different order. This would have to be changed so it is not randomized (I would guess) so that the data that is being collected on which questions they got wrong, that they could retake the test and review which ones were wrong, otherwise if it was still set to randomize, the link showing which questions they got wrong would not match with the question number again as they retook the quiz as it would not be the same number as the first time they took it.

Of course I can provide the actual JavaScript pages that are involved with running as it is (shown in the link above) to anyone that would help...

Here is a link of how I would like to make my quiz page work:
http://www.javascripter.net/quiz/basics.htm

Hope you can help or have some ideas where I can go for help. I know almost nothing about writing JavaScript, but seems like this wouldn't be such a hard thing to do.

Thanks again,
Larry
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 Depends how much work you want to do. There are various sites where people bid to do the work for the lowest cost.

Perhaps if you let us know what you want to do it might be easy for use to advise how to make the changes or if you like you can contact me at andrew_gilfrin@gilfster.com



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Hii Larry!!!

Offcourse you can do this, by keeping a variable,or cookies to track the user's questions order when user finieshed the Test.You can provide to retest for same pattern or new pattern.when user click on the same pattern --> use track variable to find the correct questions from the list of questions.

When user gets to the end of the Exam, on the basis of that track variable ,show all the questions for which user made correct/incorrect choices.

Hope this will help you


Hope this help you.


Cheers :)

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That's good news, but now I need someone that can add the code for me as I know nothing about doing this. Would be willing to pay...

Please help!!


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 Hii Larry!!!

Offcourse you can do this, by keeping a variable,or cookies to track the user's questions order when user finieshed the Test.You can provide to retest for same pattern or new pattern.when user click on the same pattern --> use track variable to find the correct questions from the list of questions.

When user gets to the end of the Exam, on the basis of that track variable ,show all the questions for which user made correct/incorrect choices.

Hope this will help you


Hope this help you.


Cheers :)

vinod
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 10:23 AM
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Can you help or do this for me?

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quote:Originally posted by vinod_yadav1919
 Hii Larry!!!

Offcourse you can do this, by keeping a variable,or cookies to track the user's questions order when user finieshed the Test.You can provide to retest for same pattern or new pattern.when user click on the same pattern --> use track variable to find the correct questions from the list of questions.

When user gets to the end of the Exam, on the basis of that track variable ,show all the questions for which user made correct/incorrect choices.

Hope this will help you


Hope this help you.


Cheers :)

vinod
Rudy





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