I tried adding a Quiz slide (multiple choice question) to my project, but when I preview the project (HTML5 in browser) the slide does not show, is just skips to the next slide. I tried publishing and viewing the content, but again the quiz slide doesn't show.
Are quizzes compatible with HTML5 projects, if so what am I missing in the setup to allow the Quiz slide to be displayed?
Question slides work perfectly for HTML5 output. Which theme did you use? Did you delete any embedded object? Explanation of embedded objects can be found in this blog;
How did you set up the quiz slide? It is based on the dedicated quizzing master slide, did you edit that slide?
That link reference seems invalid, no blog page there!
I just did an Add Slide and selected Question Slide. It then added a simple 2 answer question slide, and a results slide, picked from the master slide template.
I just adjust the properties, and updated the text fields as appropriate. I did not delete anything.
My project is just based on a new "Blank" project. I have added new Title slides to the master slide view, customised to my needs, but at this point the quiz slides are just taken from the standard master slide template.
[EDIT]: I'm not sure what I did, but it seems to be working now, thank you. Sorry for the trouble!
The link works perfectly but you probalby were not logged in the eLearning community yet, which is strange since you can reach that community from within Captivate. Please read or watch some tutorials about Quizzing. I have a long list included in this post:
It is also in the Community, do not forget to log in.
BTW: same recommendation for Themes. There is a 'Blank' theme but I don't think you did use that theme, you probably used the default Pearl theme. What you mention is a Project TYPE: a blank project is a non-responsive project. More reading to be found in:
I was logged into the adobe Community forums. I think there was a temporary outage on the site elearning site, all links work now, thank you.
Yes, the blank project (non-responsive) is using the Pearl theme.
Thanks for your time.
Just a quick question...
Does the Quiz Results page need to be displayed in order to report the results back to an LMS, or can that slide be "hidden" or an "Exit" button be used on an earlier slide so the user doesn't see the results page?
You cannot delete the score slide, can be hidden but it remains very important that you get past the score slide for transmission of the score to the LMS. Be careful to have at least one slide after the hidden score slide, which needs to be visited. Here is an example of a use case (one of the many I have in the Quiz Resources list) showing the importance of the results slide;