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4 years 8 months ago #90861 by gabrielet
gabrielet created the topic: Insert condition after yes/no type...
Hi to all,

I'm Gabriele from italy. This is my first post in this forum!
I'm learning limesurvey by my self. It's an amazing product but i have a couple of things that i'm gonna to understand.
For example:
I have a question yes/no. And 3 links after the question.
If i click no, the system should be show an alert message like "See almost one link to continue". If i don't nlick any link i can continue the survey.

Is it possible? How?JavaScript? Can you suggest me some useful script?

Thanks so much
Gabriele

ps: in the yes/no question could i delete the no answer button?

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4 years 8 months ago #90884 by Mazi
Mazi replied the topic: Insert condition after yes/no type...
You can use a text display question which only holds the warning text "See almost one link to continue". Then use conditions to only show this question if the user clicks "no".

To get rid of the "no answer" option, you can either make the question mandatory or at the survey settings, change the setting for "show 'no answer' for non-mandatory questions".


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4 years 8 months ago #90894 by gabrielet
gabrielet replied the topic: Insert condition after yes/no type...
Hi mazi,

ancd thanks for your reply. I treid to do it but where is this option?

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4 years 8 months ago #90899 by tpartner
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Survey properties --> General settings --> Presentation & navigation



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4 years 8 months ago #90902 by gabrielet
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Thanks!!!

Excuse for my ignorance but this is the third day iuse limesurvey!

Thank you
Gabriele

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4 years 8 months ago #91097 by gabrielet
gabrielet replied the topic: Insert condition after yes/no type...

Mazi wrote: You can use a text display question which only holds the warning text "See almost one link to continue". Then use conditions to only show this question if the user clicks "no".

To get rid of the "no answer" option, you can either make the question mandatory or at the survey settings, change the setting for "show 'no answer' for non-mandatory questions".


Hi mazi,

and thanks very much for your support. I tried to do what you say... but i don't understand to things:

I prepare a question. Do you know our program? With yes/no... than i prepare a subquestion
"See almost one link to continue" so if the user click no i have to create a condition (how in my case, help but i don't understand yet the logic) to redirect no response to my subquestion?

Is it correct?
Thanks very much
Gabriele

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4 years 8 months ago #91109 by tpartner
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If your Yes/No question has a question code of "q1" and answer codes "Y" and "N", use this as the relevance equation for the text-display question:
q1.NAOK == "N"



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4 years 8 months ago #91129 by gabrielet
gabrielet replied the topic: Insert condition after yes/no type...
Ok,

i've procedeed so:
I created a answer yes/no.
Created a condition if user click no..then a new question (text display open) with 3 links option). Perfect!

Only another condition if it possibile. I'd like to force user to click on at least one link otherwise the questions below will not shown.

Is it possible?

Mazi thanks so much for your support and thaks to limesurvey.

Bye
Gabriele

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