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JAVA Script/HTML Asking multiple Questions on Static Web Page

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I have an assignment to created a web page for our intranet which would ask the mechanics ten automotive questions per month. The questions will be in the form of multiple choice answers.

The questions and answers are pre-ASE Certification questions for the mechanics.

The are no back-end database, therefore the must write this page in java script or HTML.

I was thinking that would start by printing the first question and answer, once answered then I print the second etc.
Oct 27 '13 #1
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you can do that this way of course - but u know that, if you need to check the answers for being correct or incorrect - you have to have the answers in the page's code as well with that solution? so when looking at the page's source code you would even see the answers.

having said that, the task itself is quite simple - you set the visibility-property of a div (or any dom-node you want) per script - that way you can hide/show different sections of the page.

post what you have so far and where you need specific help at.
Oct 28 '13 #2

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