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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #80171 by TwentyTwo
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I have once received a nice script from Tpartner for having the functionality of clickable images as answers (no radio buttons and the option to click on the image).

This is just working fine in LS 1.91, but in 1.92 it is not working.
I know there is no support on workarounds but just wondering if someone sees why this is not working anymore.

I have the example here
The link for a working example is here (screen 3)

Maybe I just miss a small thing what is different in 1.92?



And otherwise this is the code:


 
 
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"> 
 
function Custom_On_Load(){ 
 
    $(document).ready(function() { 
 
        // Insert the images into the labels 
        $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A1"]' ).html('<img title="Option 1" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
        $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A2"]' ).html('<img title="Option 2" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
 
        // A function to handle the behavior of images in select/radio questions 
        function labelImageEffects(qid) { 
 
            ////////// Set your border colors here ///////// 
            var uncheckedBorder = '#fff'; 
            var checkedBorder = '#0F0'; 
            var hoverBorder = '#066'; 
            /////////////////////////////////////////////// 
 
            // Find the initial state of the radio buttons and style labels accordingly 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).each(function(i) { 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                if ( $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked') == true ) { 
                    $(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + ''}); 
                } 
                else { 
                    $(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + ''}); 
                } 
            }); 
 
            // Hide the radio buttons 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' input.radio' ).hide(); 
 
            // Label pointer and width styles 
            // $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({'cursor':'pointer', 'width':'auto'}); 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({'cursor':'pointer', 'width':'auto', 'height':'auto', 'display':'inline-block'});
 
            // Dennis - extra for the inline-block outline
            // Fix list text-indent 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' li' ).css({'text-indent':'0'});
 
 
            // Hover label border styles 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).hover(function () { // On mouseover 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                $(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + hoverBorder + ''}); 
            },  
            function () { // On mouseout 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                if ( $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked') == true ) { 
                    $(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + ''}); 
                } 
                else { 
                    $(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + ''}); 
                } 
 
            }); 
 
            // Checked label border styles 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).click(function (event) { 
 
                $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + ''}); 
                $( this ).css({'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + ''}); 
 
                // IE hack to check the affiliated radio button 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked', true); 
 
            }); 
 
        } 
 
        // Call the image effects function 
        labelImageEffects(146); 
 
    }); 
} 
</script>
 
 
Last Edit: 5 years 3 months ago by TwentyTwo.

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5 years 3 months ago #80193 by Mazi
Mazi replied the topic: Clickable Image as Answer - change label
Can you also post a link to the non working example?

BTW: There are quite some helpful blog posts at your website such as: www.22surveys.com/blog/?p=258

^- Can you help us by extending the manual and adding some of these examples there?


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5 years 3 months ago #80201 by TwentyTwo
TwentyTwo replied the topic: Clickable Image as Answer - change label
thanks Mazi,

I have 1.92 only running on a local webserver.

But it is exact the same script and template I am using at 1.91.
The non working example just shows me the text I have added in the labels.
Seems the following is just not working anymore:
 $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A1"]' ).html('<img title="Option 1" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
        $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A2"]' ).html('<img title="Option 2" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
 


I will add some examples soon to the manual!

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5 years 3 months ago #80210 by Mazi
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Sorry, but without being able to compare the different source codes, it is hard to help from here.


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5 years 3 months ago #80212 by TwentyTwo
TwentyTwo replied the topic: Clickable Image as Answer - change label
yeah you are right, I realized it too when writing.
in the meantime I have installed 1.92.

Hereby the link:
(at screen3 you will see the images are not loaded)

link 1.92

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5 years 3 months ago #80213 by Mazi
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It works fine here using the latest Google Chrome version. I can click the image and the radio button gets ticked.

Which browser did you test?

Did you try clearing your cache?


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5 years 3 months ago #80214 by TwentyTwo
TwentyTwo replied the topic: Clickable Image as Answer - change label
I have tested it as well with all browsers, also Chrome.
Please note - it is the third screen/question, the first is just fine.
The second screen doesn't matter.

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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #80236 by Mazi
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Thanks for clarifying. Indeed, only the first question works fine.

Hard to say why at the first one it works fine. Maybe it's just some wrong IDs or the like, I can't say. Tony (tpartner) is the JavaScript expert, maybe he can help you out.


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Last Edit: 5 years 3 months ago by Mazi.

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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #80298 by tpartner
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Expression Manager in 1.92 is screwing up your (perfectly valid)JavaScript.

With EM, you need a space after all opening curly braces and before all closing curly braces.

So, for example, this:
$(this).css({'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + ''});

Needs to be this this:
$(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + '' });

Try this to you script supplied above:
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
 
	$(document).ready(function() { 
 
        // Insert the images into the labels 
        $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A1"]' ).html('<img title="Option 1" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
        $( 'label[for="answer65848X42X146A2"]' ).html('<img title="Option 2" src="../plaatjes/smile.jpg"/>'); 
 
        // A function to handle the behavior of images in select/radio questions 
        function labelImageEffects(qid) { 
 
            ////////// Set your border colors here ///////// 
            var uncheckedBorder = '#fff'; 
            var checkedBorder = '#0F0'; 
            var hoverBorder = '#066'; 
            /////////////////////////////////////////////// 
 
            // Find the initial state of the radio buttons and style labels accordingly 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).each(function(i) { 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                if ( $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked') == true ) { 
                    $(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + '' }); 
                } 
                else { 
                    $(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + '' }); 
                } 
            }); 
 
            // Hide the radio buttons 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' input.radio' ).hide(); 
 
            // Label pointer and width styles 
            // $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({ 'cursor':'pointer', 'width':'auto' }); 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({ 'cursor':'pointer', 'width':'auto', 'height':'auto', 'display':'inline-block' });
 
            // Dennis - extra for the inline-block outline
            // Fix list text-indent 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' li' ).css({ 'text-indent':'0' });
 
 
            // Hover label border styles 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).hover(function () { // On mouseover 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                $(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + hoverBorder + '' }); 
            },  
            function () { // On mouseout 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                if ( $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked') == true ) { 
                    $(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + '' }); 
                } 
                else { 
                    $(this).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + '' }); 
                } 
 
            }); 
 
            // Checked label border styles 
            $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).click(function (event) { 
 
                $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer label.answertext' ).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + uncheckedBorder + '' }); 
                $( this ).css({ 'border':'10px solid ' + checkedBorder + '' }); 
 
                // IE hack to check the affiliated radio button 
                var id = $( this ).attr('for'); 
                $( '#question' + qid + ' td.answer input#' + id + '' ).attr('checked', true); 
 
            }); 
 
        } 
 
        // Call the image effects function 
        labelImageEffects(146); 
 
    }); 
 
</script>

Cheers,
Tony Partner
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Last Edit: 5 years 3 months ago by tpartner.
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5 years 3 months ago #80304 by Mazi
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tpartner wrote: Expression Manager in 1.92 is screwing up your (perfectly valid)JavaScript.

With EM, you need a space after all opening curly braces and before all closing curly braces.

Tony, I think we should either put a warning at the JavaScript workarounds page or overwork the Workarounds listed there (or both)!?

What do you think?


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5 years 3 months ago #80308 by tpartner
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I will go through my workarounds but I would prefer that well-formed, valid JavaScript worked.

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5 years 3 months ago #80311 by mkb
mkb replied the topic: Clickable Image as Answer - change label
Hi,

I would be very interested in this.... are there instructions for multiple choice. Once the bug they found from my survey gets fixed I would like to implement this.

Thanks,
M

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5 years 3 months ago #80312 by Mazi
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tpartner wrote: I will go through my workarounds but I would prefer that well-formed, valid JavaScript worked.

I agree, especially since valid but not working JS is irritating ad frustrating for the users.
How about showing a warning on save if the "<script" + "type=javascript" is detected to let the users know they have to add spaces?

I think that's the least we should do?!


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5 years 3 months ago #80331 by TwentyTwo
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Many thanks tpartner!
You once helped me providing this Javascript and now with the solution for have it working again in 1.92!!
Much appreciated!!

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5 years 3 months ago #80424 by TwentyTwo
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@mkb
I have changed the css a bit for multi response
screen 4 in the example: demolink
you can download the lss here

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