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4 years 2 months ago #89532 by amoswagon
I have a survey that will be activated on a specific date, but I'm going to send invitations a few data prior to the survey.

I'm afraid that some of the people that I invite will click on the link too early and get a general message that no surveys are available (because the survey is inactive).
I'd like a customized, per survey message to say something like: "The survey will be available at....".

Thank you!

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4 years 2 months ago #89557 by DenisChenu
I'm afraid there are no simple solution.

Maybe :
in starpage.pstpl:
Add you text and end with <!--
in endpage.pstpl
add -->

Then the default text are in comment ( <!-- --> mean comment in HTML) and the user see only your text.

Denis

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4 years 2 months ago #89571 by amoswagon
Thank you for you reply.

I found a simpler solution, I just add the following css in the Welcome screen to hide the navigation bar:

.navigator-table {
visibility: hidden;
}

So respondent will just see a screen and will not be able to progress in the survey.

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4 years 2 months ago #89572 by DenisChenu
Hello, :laugh:

But maybe the best is to remove {NAVIGATOR} from navigator.pstpl.

User can do the survey but it's more difficult than showing what's is hidden ;).

Denis

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