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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78054

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Hi Tony,

My name is Diana, I Want to do an array with 3 different scales. I saw your posts and I tried to reproduce it on my computer. But I can´t do it.
I created 3 different arrays with the same number of rows.I edited one of the question and clicked the "Source" button and then I copied the script that you posted e saved the page. But nothing happened.
I don´t know if I can just copy the script or if I have to do something else.

I hope you can help me.

On the image attached you can see what I need to do.

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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78057

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Hi Diana,

Did you disable the XSS filter?

Can you activate a sample survey for me to see?
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78103

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Hi Tony,

Thanks for the response. I disable the XSS filter but it´s still not working. I´ve activated an example. As you can see in here:

dianas.limequery.com/index.php?sid=57517...oken=yscfhdxdyd7cy85

In the attachment, you can see what I want to do with the 3 tables that i've put on the survey.

Thanks for the help.

Diana
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78105

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I don't see the JavaScript in the sample survey. Did you add it?
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78118

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I´m sorry,

Here it is:

dianas.limequery.com/index.php?sid=57517&newtest=Y&lang=en

As you can see i´ve putted the jaba code in the first question.

Thanks,

Diana
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78122

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It doesn't look like you disabled the XSS filter or didn't put the script in the source of the question (you should not be able to see the script when viewing the survey). Additionally, it doesn't look like you are using the latest version of the script.

1) Set up your survey to use JavaScript.

2) Add the following script to the source of the first array.
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
 
	$(document).ready(function() {
 
		// Call the function wit the start and end question positions
		sideBySide(1, 3);
 
		function sideBySide(start, end) {
 
			// Add some temporary classes to the target questions
			$('div[id^="question"]').each(function(i){
				var qNum = i + 1;
				var el = $(this);
				if (qNum >= start && qNum <= end) {
					$(el).addClass('targetQ');
				}
			});
 
			// Wrap the questions in a div
			$('.targetQ').wrapAll('<div class="targetWrapper" />');
			$('.targetWrapper').after('<div style="clear:both" />');
 
			// Add some classes to the questions in the target wrapper
			$('.targetWrapper .targetQ').addClass('inlineQuestion inlineQuestionSub');
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestionSub:first').removeClass('inlineQuestionSub').addClass('inlineQuestionPrime');
 
			// Remove the text from the secondary questions
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestionSub th.answertext').text('');
 
			// Apply some styles (these are for the default template)
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion').css({ 'float': 'left' });
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion col, .targetWrapper .inlineQuestion th.answertext').css({ 'width': 'auto' });
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion .question-wrapper').css({ 'width': '100%' });
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion td.answer').css({ 'padding': '0.5em 0' });
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion td.questiontext').css({ 'text-align': 'center' });
 
			// Center the wrapper div
			var wrapperWidth = 0;
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestion').each(function(i){ 
				wrapperWidth = wrapperWidth + $(this).width();
				var padLeft = $('.answertext:eq(0)', this).width() + 3;
				$('.questiontext', this).css({ 'padding-left':padLeft+'px', 'padding-right':'3px' });
			});
			$('.targetWrapper').css({ 'width':wrapperWidth+'px', 'margin': '0 auto' });
 
			// Set the row heights
			var wrapperWidth = 0;
			$('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestionSub').each(function(i){
				$('tbody[id^="javatbd"]', this).each(function(i){ 
					var ansHeight = $('.targetWrapper .inlineQuestionPrime th.answertext:eq('+i+')').innerHeight();
 
					if($.browser.mozilla) {
						$('th.answertext', this).height(ansHeight-1);
					}
					else {
						$('th.answertext', this).innerHeight(ansHeight);
					}
				});
			});
 
			// Remove the temporary classes
			$('.targetQ').removeClass('targetQ');
			$('.targetWrapper').removeClass('targetWrapper');
		}
	});
 
</script>
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78132

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Thanks Tony for the help, but I don´t know why, but I can´t do it.

I disable the XSS filter. I went to Internet Options - Security - Custom Level of the Internet, and then I changed the XXS to disable.

After, I copied the new scrip that you gave me to the source of the Question 1 field. But like before, when I´m viewing the survey I can see the sript.

I think it may be something about the Jabascript, because, when I do the teste to see if JavaScript is enabled (Set up your survey to use JavaScript), the same happens, I can see the Test Script when I´m viewing the survey)

But, you did everything you could, thank you so much for the big help.

Diana
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78154

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No, the XSS filter in your LimeSurvey installation:

Global settings --> Security --> Filter HTML for XSS = "No"

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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78173

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Hi Tony.

Finally!!! It´s done!

The only (tyni) problem is that the 3 arrays are not aligned. As you can see:
dianas.limequery.com/index.php?sid=57517&newtest=Y&lang=en

There is something I can do?

Thank you. Your help has been precious :)

Diana
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Re: Dual Scale Array to Multiple Scale Array Possibility? 2 years 4 months ago #78174

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I´m sorry. I din´t activate the survey. You can see the array in the picture attached.

Thanks,

Diana
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