[Solved] How to display instructional text with each question.

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Hi, in my survey I would like to add instructional text for each question. The extra challenge is that I am asking each question in a Radio Button Grid.

The reason I went with a Radio Button Grid is because it visually is the least intimidating when being asked multiple questions (all answers are either yes/no).

The survey is going to be performed by tablet users so I want to provide something that is user friendly.

One solution I thought of was offering a small blue information icon after each question. When clicked or pressed, it would open in a lightbox with a close button for easy access. Now, I just need to figure out how to do this.

If you have any ideas please feel free to share, also if you can help me with how to get a jquery lightbox working, feel free to share.

Thank you!

Jacob Hayslett asked

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    I’m not real familiar with HTML at all but this tutorial helped me!

    Molly Hooper answered
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      this is the html script if you want to use hover text – you can use hover and pop up window together.

       

      BEGINNING OF QUESTION TITLE TEXT <span style=”color:blue;” title=“HOVER TEXT“><u>UNDERLINED HOVERABLE TEXT</u></span> END OF QUESTION TITLE TEXT

      Mary Mawhirter answered
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        so if you want a simple pop up window then highlight the word or sentence and then click the LINK icon on the tool bar and it will take you there, then select target popup and then you can decide to allow them to resize, the size of the pop up window and color of the link etc.

        this is where you could (if needed link them to an another document that might be a glossary or another help site)

         

        Mary Mawhirter answered
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          Yes Mary thanks for the input, that is what I was going for. Do you have any information that would help me execute this?

          Jacob Hayslett answered
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            Something that might help would be a pop up window or hover text. That way if needed they survey taker can get additional text help if needed and will keep the survey a little cleaner.

            Mary Mawhirter answered
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              Yes, I understand you can add additional instructions, but I don’t want it to display at all times. I want it to be accessible but not overload the survey questions.

              Jacob Hayslett answered
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