Subject: Questionnaire Plugin
Posted on: 07/08/02 10:11pm
Is there a plugin out there that you can make a questionnaire form and have visitors submit the form and then have the answers sent to an email address or maybe even displayed in a page, while all being editable via the control panel? Guess sort of like a poll but much more versatile with options to have the people write their answers in and submit it?
Posted on: 08/08/02 06:30am
Use static pages v1.1 with a form to e-mail gateway script.
Posted on: 14/10/05 10:05am
I would like to have a small questionnaire that brings the answers to a databasetable for later evaluation and makes the people answering it member of a certain group.
Sounds so simple I'm sure one of you has written such a thing allready.
Posted on: 14/10/05 02:17pm
Posted on: 19/10/05 05:03pm
Thanks for the advice but a questionnaire is not a quiz.
A questionnaire has open questions, of which you want to know the answers.
A quiz is a game with four given answers -- one good -- the author laughing as the quizzer enters the wrong answer. A questionnaire is lot less fun. You have tax forms over there? You would not call those a quiz.
Posted on: 19/10/05 05:56pm
Sounds like you just need a more advanced contact form.
Just make profiles.php's $message an array - as discussed here
. Although machinari claims it's untested, I can testify it works perfectly
I've even went a step further and make sure to fill up the fields in case your submission has an error, which is great if you have many fields, so then you can just fill the ones that have error in them and not the correct ones all over again!
I'd write a detailed patch, but I'm not sure what's the best way to implement required fields now that there are multiple fields and not just $message (because it's an array).
Posted on: 21/10/05 11:31am
What you're looking for is a GL integration with PHPSurveyor
. Unfortunately it doesn't yet exist.
PHPSurveyor is a really nice piece of work. I hacked it in to one of my GL sites and it's been very helpful. I was going to work with Carsten [from PHPSurveyor] on making a nice GL integration, but I don't think I'll have time [at least in the next 4-5 months]. He did put in one of my changes to make things a little easier for integration with a CMS though [adds header and footer from your GL site], so you'll have a starting point if you want to try it.
- Andy Maloney
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