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
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?
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".
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 .