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5 years 11 months ago #55732 by Mike1985
Is there something available on LimeSurvey that alerts to the participant that he/she has not filled in a question but they can still move on if they want. So something like the mandatory option but the participant can actually move on to the next page??

If this feature does not exist, where would you recommend I create it? A Javascript file somewhere I presume?

Thanks,

Mike

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5 years 11 months ago #55735 by tpartner
There is no such setting.

You can add javaScript to the source of the question text or help, the source of the group description or to template.js. It just needs to be present on the page with your semi-mandatory question.

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5 years 11 months ago #55867 by Mazi

Mike1985 wrote: If this feature does not exist, where would you recommend I create it? A Javascript file somewhere I presume?

Before developing such a feature have a look at docs.limesurvey.org/How+to+contribute+new+features


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5 years 10 months ago #57583 by dece1ve
Sorry for bringing this back from the sleep.. but has something like this been created yet?

I'm also very interested in this type of feature.

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5 years 10 months ago #57587 by DenisChenu
I'm sure tpartner already show the javascript to do this semi-conditional question.

See at the workaround section of documentation. If not here : search at tis forum :)

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5 years 10 months ago #57595 by tpartner
I haven't put together a solution for this yet because it woul depend on what question types were on the page. I think itt would be a little heavy to search for all possible question types and then check to make sure that all had at least one answer. And then arrays would need every column answered...

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