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How to insert an image into a quiz

first of all

To add a prepared image, include a link to the image in the question text in a special format ([[images/file name]]).
And when converting from question text to quiz, you need to convert the .zip file including images, not the .txt.

Please do not use Japanese in the file name, use only alphanumeric characters. If you use Japanese, the image will not be displayed.

 

About the structure in the zip

In the final form of the problem, we need to create a zip file. And the image below shows the folder structure just before converting to a zip file.

Folder structure containing images

As you can see, the image files are stored in the images folder.

・quiz.txt
・images
>sakura.jpg

The structure is shown above.

Please do not use Japanese in the file name, use only alphanumeric characters. If you use Japanese, the image will not be displayed.

 

How to make a problem

In order, we will create the following problems.

Because of the sample size, the image size is large, please check it by "Open in a new window".

 

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1. Prepare the image

First, you need to prepare an image. Please save the following image.

Please do not use Japanese in the file name, use only alphanumeric characters. If you use Japanese, the image will not be displayed.

sakura (classical Japanese poetry, esp. a tanka)

 

2. Create an image folder "images".

Create a folder called "images". Then, move the image files into the "images" folder.

Create a folder and put images in it

 

3. Create the text for the question

Right click and then click New -> Create Text Document. Then edit the text file name to "quiz.txt".

Create quiz text

 

 4. Create a question with an image tag

Insert an image into the first line of question text.

Create question text with images

Choose the name of the flower
[[images/sakura.jpg]]

This is described in the following way.

|Point 1: [[images/file name]]

The tag for inserting an image should be written as [[images/file name]]. Please check whether the image is in JPG, PNG or GIF format and enter the file name.

Please do not use Japanese in the file name, use only alphanumeric characters. If you use Japanese, the image will not be displayed.

|Point 2


represents a line break in HTML language. If you want to break a line in a question, please use
or
.

 

5. Complete the problem statement.

Describe the problem as follows.

problematical statement

Choose the name of the flower
[[images/sakura.jpg]]← Question text
cherry blossom← correct answer
Chinese plum← and later, wrong answer
bell (i.e. of a trumpet)

 

6. Convert to zip file

Select the two files, images folder and quiz.txt, and right click > send > click compress.

A zip file will be generated, rename it to quiz. Rename it to quiz (you can use it without renaming it or with a different name)

Compression.

 

Common Mistakes

In many cases, you can right click on the folder that contains the images folder and the quiz.txt and compress it into a zip file.

This is a mistake, you need to select and compress the images folder and quiz.txt.

In the case of zip compression on Mac

The Mac standard compression function changes the folder structure at the time of compression, and can not be converted.Macwinzipperetc. to zip the file.

 

7. Convert to quiz with conversion tool

Convert the created zip file with the conversion tool.

Conversion Toolspage. → Upload the zip file you created and convert it to quiz player.

 

 

8. That's it, you're done!

After the file is successfully converted, you can choose how to use the quiz from "Preview", "Download", "Limited Public" and "Public".
Please use it according to your desired usage.

We encourage you to create problems using images to create a wide variety of problems.

 

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