Tip Monday: Adding HTML to Question Types
You’ve most likely seen a survey on FluidSurveys that looked absolutely breathtaking; The Question Title had a larger font size, the Extra Description had an image, centered text, bullet points, etc… Everything looked and flowed so smoothly, and you’ve always wondered, “How can I get my survey to look like that?“. Well, it’s a lot easier to pull off than you may think!
The Editor within FluidSurveys is very intuitive, and there are a lot of things within the Editor that may go unnoticed. If you want to be the next hero at your meeting, then taking these tips — or the ones you may learn in the future — will help bring you to that point.
Fantastic! Show me something!
Alt-Text: I’ll start with something basic. Did you know that you can have alt text (text that appears when you hover your mouse) on text itself? Well, if you wish provide a hint on your next quiz using FluidSurveys, or provide definitions for words, then you can do the following trick. <span title=”Surprise!”>Hover Over Me</span> which will produce a little message when you hover over the words, “Hover Over Me”. Try it for yourself to see what happens!
OK, let’s see a couple more things.
Add bullet points! <ul> <li> Point One</li> <li> Point Two</li></ul>
Add a table! <table border=”1″ cellpadding=”1″ cellspacing=”1″ style=”width: 500px”> <tbody> <tr> <td> Cool Tip Column 1</td> <td> Cool Tip Column 2</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1</td> <td> 2</td> </tr> </tbody></table>
These are but a few of the many things that you can do in FluidSurveys.
What if my HTML isn’t that great?
Worry not. If your HTML/CSS skills are not that great, then using the Visual Editor within FluidSurveys will help you get to that point.
Remember, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination! Using FluidSurveys, we hope to help you break that mold and reach unfathomable heights. If you haven’t already, sign-up for a FluidSurveys account by selecting one of our competitively priced packages.