Adding questions to PDF presentations
There are two ways to add a question to a PDF presentation. The first one is to include a magic code when authoring the presntation (in PowerPoint of Keynote) and the other is to download the converted HTML presentation and insert them manually.
Both methods have cons and pros as summarized int he following table:
|Preserve original contents of question slide||✘||✔|
|Ease of Use||★★★★★||★★|
|Multiple questions per exercise||✘||✔|
Go to the ‘My Questions’ page where you will see a list of all your questions.
When you find the question you would like to embed, click the ‘EMBED’ button and a magic code will be copied to your clipboard. Go to the authoring tool of your choice and paste the magic code to the slide where you want the question to appear.
Important: All of the slide’s contents will be removed and in their place the question will be injected.
Export to PDF as described in Convert from PDF (PowerPoint and Keynote)
Upload the exported PDF to ASQ as described in in Convert from PDF (PowerPoint and Keynote)
Please follow the guide here.
In the ‘My presentations’ page, find the presentation you would like to add a question to and click the ‘Download presentation’ button (hover over the presentation for the button to appear).
To see how to add ASQ questions you read the quide here. You don’t need to install and include the default elements. They are already included in your downloaded presentation.
Find the slide of interest and add the question write after the opening tag of the slide. Example:
Add a new slide by using the correct syntax for your framework of choice. it’s important the new slides have a unique
Follow the Styling guide
This time you will have to upload the HTML presentation. Follow the guide here: