Basically having an example question for a quiz, so the textbox has the default answer of the question but I want to then disable the textbox so users can’t edit the default answer.
Question – if it is an example question, why is there a concern about the respondent changing the answer? It seems like you would hit a point of diminishing returns very quickly in trying to prevent a non-consequential action.
Another alternative – set the question to use the Autocomplete function and make the default answer the only option that can be entered. Review the SurveyGizmo documentation for details – https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/force-autocomplete-values
I did think of that but then if someone resizes on a phone it might not match up dimension wise. I’m really surprised there isn’t a css name like disable that does it.
I have a suggestion for a work around. Why not just take a screen snip image and upload that to the page where you want the default question.
Check out this help article on images: https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/image