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Re: Aw: Re:Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #58789

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the solution is very easy:

$('.inlineWrapper *').css({
'padding': '0',
'margin':'0',
'margin-top':'-5px'
});

with margin-top - 5px you get it
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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59641

Hello, I have been following all this post and it's very interesting... Here is the solution to my problem...

But I have a problem and I appreciate if you can help me.

I tried to do the example... but something is wrong. The questions are shown individually and the idea is that the questions are shown in an array.

In the image, we can see the result of the example.



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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59650

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BodasDeSangre, I've re-written the "Multiple question types in array" workaround to simplify the code and implementation. Try with the new code.
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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59652

I'll try it and tell you the results,

Thank you very much for the reply.

PD: I apologize for my English, I'm learning.
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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59666

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PD: I apologize for my English, I'm learning.
It's MUCH better than my Spanish! :cheer:
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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59723

Thanks Tony!, it works!.

I have a last question (I hope), The code works with the default template, I tried to do it with a custom template but all the questions disappear. What things should i modified to adapt the code to my template?

Thank you very much.
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Re: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 5 months ago #59736

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What things should i modified to adapt the code to my template?
I cannot say without seeing the template.
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Aw: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 4 months ago #59973

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Hi guys!

Thanks to your great help I managed to get this type of question style working. However I would rather like to use the blue and grey template but with that I have to change something of the code to get it working. I am not familiar with js so i need your help! :)

cheers Joey
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Re: Aw: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 4 months ago #59975

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You may want to tweak the styles a bit, but this should get you going.
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
 
	$(document).ready(function() { 
 
		// Call the "sideBySide" function with number of rows and columns
		sideBySide(4, 5);   
    });
 
	function sideBySide(rows, columns) {
 
		/// Display multiple questions side by side///
 
		if ($('div.qRow1').length == 0) {
 
			var rowNum = 0;
			var colNum = 1;
			var rowList = new Array(); 
 
			//////// Add question classes for later use ////////
 
			// Loop through all questions and add row and column specific classes
			$('div[id^="question"]').each(function(i) {
				if(rowNum <= rows) { // This IF condition only needed if there are questions following the "inline" questions
					$(this).addClass('qRow'+rowNum+'').addClass('qCol'+colNum+'').addClass('inlineQuestion');
					if(rowNum == 0 && colNum > 1) {
						$(this).addClass('columnLabel');
					}
					if(rowNum > 0 && colNum == 1) {
						$(this).addClass('rowLabel');
					}
					else if(rowNum > 0 && colNum > 1) {
						$(this).addClass('questionCell');
					}
					if(colNum == columns) {
						rowList.push('qRow'+rowNum+'');
						rowNum++;
						colNum = 1;
					}
					else {
						colNum++;
					}
				}
				else {
					$(this).addClass('normalQuestion');
				}
			}); 
 
			//////// Survey layout manipulation ////////
 
			// Fix the width of the survey
			$('table.container').css({
				'width': '900px'
			});
 
			// Wrap each "row" in a wrapper div
			$(rowList).each(function(i) {
				$('.'+this+'').wrapAll('<div id="inlineWrapper'+i+'" class="inlineRow" />');
			}); 
 
			// Style the wrapper divs
			$('.inlineRow').css({
				'width': '850px',
				'margin': '0 auto 0 auto',
				'clear': 'both'
			});
			$( '.inlineRow:first' ).css({
				'margin-top': '10px'
			});
 
			// Get all the questions to sit politely side by side
			$( '.inlineQuestion' ).css({
				'float': 'left',
				'overflow':'hidden',
				'margin-bottom': '-1px'    
			});
			$( '.inlineQuestion div.question' ).css({
				'padding':'0',
				'height':'41px',
				'margin': '0',
				'border': '0 none',
				'width': '100%'    
			});
			$( '.inlineQuestion .questionhelp' ).hide();
			$( '.inlineQuestion .survey-question-help' ).hide();
 
			// A little space under the last row
			$( '.inlineRow:last .inlineQuestion' ).css({
				'margin-bottom': '10px'
			});
 
			// Any questions not displayed inline (this is only needed if there are questions following the "inline" questions)
			$( '.normalQuestion' ).css({
				'clear': 'both'   
			});
 
			//////// Column manipulation ////////
 
			// Set the column widths - can be set individually if necessary
			// Must add up to less than 100%
			$( '.qCol1' ).css({
				'width': '12%'
			});
			$( '.qCol2, .qCol3, .qCol4, .qCol5' ).css({
				'width': '22%'
			});
 
			//////// Question manipulation ////////
 
			// Hide the answer element in boilerplate questions
			$( 'div.boilerplate .answers' ).hide();
 
			// Hide the question text elements in non-boilerplate questions
			$('div.questionCell .questiontext').hide();
 
			// Push the question tables to 100%
			$( 'div.inlineRow table' ).css({
				'width': '100%'
			});
 
			// Get everything to line up nicely vertically
			$( '.inlineQuestion .questiontext, .inlineQuestion .answers p' ).css({
				'text-align': 'center'
			});
 
			// Adjust cell heights so everything lines up nicely horizontally
			$( '.inlineQuestion .answers, .inlineQuestion .questiontext' ).css({
				'height':'35px',
				'overflow':'hidden',
				'padding':'0.5em'
			});
			//$( '#inlineWrapper0 .inlineQuestion' ).css({'height':'50px'});
			$( '#inlineWrapper0 .questiontext' ).css({
				'height':'50px'
			});
 
			// Yes-no question styles
			$( 'div.yes-no ul' ).css({
				'text-align': 'center',
				'font-size': '90%',
				'margin': '0',
				'padding-bottom': '5px'
			});
			$( 'div.yes-no li' ).css({
				'padding-right': '1.5em'
			});
			$( 'div.yes-no .answers' ).css({
				'padding-bottom': '0'
			});
 
			// Short-text question styles
			$( 'div.text-short input' ).css({
				'width': '125px',
				'margin-left': '0'
			});
 
			// Numeric question styles
			$( 'div.numeric input' ).css({
				'width': '125px',
				'margin-left': '0'
			});
			$( 'div.numeric p.tip' ).css({
				'display': 'none'
			});
 
			// Get rid of the margins around select boxes    
			$( 'p.question' ).css({'margin':'0'}); 
 
		}
	}
 
</script>
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Aw: Multiple question types in array modifiy 3 years 4 months ago #60130

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Thank you tony!

Now I've got another question: In the same question group I want to put "normal" style questions after the javascripted array question. What do I need to do to make them not follow the styling of the questions beforehand? The following question wont line up normally and is horribly displaced.

cheers, Joey
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