adding questions that have the same answer choices,
copy (ctrl + c) the answer set then simply paste (ctrl
+ v) it into the answer section for each new question.
can use HTML tags to enhance the text of your survey.
To make some appear bold, use the <b> tag. For
Typing this into the question box: How are <b>you</b>
would make the text on your survey look like this:
How are you today?
are some common HTML tags you can use:
<b>text</b> = text (bold)
<i>text</i> = text (italics)
<font color='green'>text</font> = text
(use most color names or a hex color)
You can use these tags anywhere you are prompted to
adding a question, you must choose a question type.
As you select each question type from the drop-down
menu, the box below displays a sample image of that
question type. This way you can see what your question
will look like when you submit/add it.
you are putting the link to your survey on a web page,
here is how to make it appear in a "pop-up box":
Insert this code into the <head ...> section
of your web page:
Then insert this HTML where you want the link:
here to take our survey.</a>
Replace the Generated URL with the link to your survey.
(leave the single quotes)
you have a web site, you can create a page that only
Then use that page as your custom "Thank You"
page. When your respondents finish the survey, the
window that the survey was in will close itself. This
is best in conjunction with the "Pop-Up Box"
hint above. (You don't want to close their main browser
above code will delay the window from closing for
3 seconds. Time to say thanks.
can add any image that is not copyrighted to your survey
as long as it is on the Internet somewhere.
How to find the URL of an image on the web:
"Right-Click" the image and select "Properties".
Try it with this one.
You should see a box that looks like this:
You can highlight the text next to "Address (URL)",
copy it (ctrl + c), and paste it (ctrl + v) into the
"Survey Logo URL".