How do you create a "No. 3" quiz from the HP template?
The hub I'm trying to edit is "The Power of Words: A Spiritual Perspective." I want to add a kind of psychological quiz as a self assessment, but don't understand the prompts or how the quiz will work once I've finished it. Has anyone made this type of quiz on their hub? I'd like to visit the hub to see how it works.
I have not used that type of quiz on any of my Hubs, but I wrote a brief summary about how it works in one. Say that you want to ask what someones opinion is on voting. Then you would ask whether they are Republican or Political. Suppose that they are neither then the tables would not balance because everyone would take the quiz. So you ask this: "Are you Republican, Political or neutral?" Then all of the people would be able to answer the quiz.
That's somewhat helpful, Examiner. I will look at the template again and see if it makes sense. Maybe if I go through it enough times, I'll get it (and right a hub on it, maybe?)
It does not explain mush more but if you want the Hub then here is the link: http://theexaminer-1.hubpages.com/hub/e … d_24875533 (it has a Table of Contents; go to Option 3 in the blue box - brief explanation on left)
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