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How to lock some pages in a tutoring website?

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I made an online tutoring website, and I made pages and each has different chapter, and after each chapter there is a quiz.

Page 1: Chapter 1 > quiz 1

Page 2: Chapter 2 > quiz 2

etc...

I want to force the user to finish chapter 1 in order to be able to access chapter 2. I don’t want the user to move freely between the chapters. Is there a way to lock the chapters, and unlock it when the user finishes the quiz of the previous chapter?

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Fatima

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

No. This would need some database in the back.

You could think of a workaround: Don`t put the menu item "page 2" in to the menu. Instead use your "submit" button from the quiz on page 1/chapter 1/quiz 1 that it links to page 2.

Commonly this technique is used to link to a thank you page or link back to "home".

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But of course this will lead to the fact, that you get an email form every quiz, that users run through.

Don`t know, if you want that .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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How to lock some pages in a tutoring website?

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I made an online tutoring website, and I made pages and each has different chapter, and after each chapter there is a quiz.

Page 1: Chapter 1 > quiz 1

Page 2: Chapter 2 > quiz 2

etc...

I want to force the user to finish chapter 1 in order to be able to access chapter 2. I don’t want the user to move freely between the chapters. Is there a way to lock the chapters, and unlock it when the user finishes the quiz of the previous chapter?

Regards,

Fatima

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

No. This would need some database in the back.

You could think of a workaround: Don`t put the menu item "page 2" in to the menu. Instead use your "submit" button from the quiz on page 1/chapter 1/quiz 1 that it links to page 2.

Commonly this technique is used to link to a thank you page or link back to "home".

Bildschirmfoto 2017-11-07 um 21.40.58.png

But of course this will lead to the fact, that you get an email form every quiz, that users run through.

Don`t know, if you want that .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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No. This would need some database in the back.

You could think of a workaround: Don`t put the menu item "page 2" in to the menu. Instead use your "submit" button from the quiz on page 1/chapter 1/quiz 1 that it links to page 2.

Commonly this technique is used to link to a thank you page or link back to "home".

Bildschirmfoto 2017-11-07 um 21.40.58.png

But of course this will lead to the fact, that you get an email form every quiz, that users run through.

Don`t know, if you want that .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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