Create Web Surveys (Pro Version)
Information that you enter on these web survey creation screens is combined with the survey questions and choices to create the complete HTML web survey code and any required perl, cgi, or asp scripts. WISCO Survey Power can also create a generic thank you page to be displayed after the user clicks the submit button on the web survey. The person creating the survey has no need to know HTML, perl, cgi, or asp. All of the code is created by the WISCO Survey software. Selection
Clicking the Clear button will clear all code on the HTML and Perl CGI-ASP pages, and the web survey will be cleared. This is necessary when a program option is changed. When the Create button is clicked, the current code pages displayed on the fourth, fifth, and sixth tabbed pages are cleared, and the HTML and CGI-Perl-ASP code is created. The Questions button will pop up another screen to enable you to view your survey questions and their settings. This pop-up can be helpful to show survey question and choice text, scales, and text entry sizes. Use HTML Background Color
If checked, one of the 40 colors selected from the pull-down box on the right will be used. If unchecked the background color will be white. Display No Response Option
If checked, Single Choice (Other), Single Scale, Multiple Scale, 2-Column Scale, and Numeric Rank question types will have an extra radio button added to the choices labeled "No Response". Optimize HTML Display for All Questions
If checked Single Choice (Other), Multiple Choice(Other), Single Scale, and Numeric Group question types will be arranged in two or three columns. If unchecked all choices will be placed in a single column. Option to Include User Real Name
If checked an edit box is added to the survey with the caption "Your Name:" This entry can also be marked as "Required" and can be validated by checking the boxes on the validation tabbed page. This information is useful for identification purposes. Option to Include User Email Address
If checked and edit box is added to the survey with the caption "Your Email Address". This entry can also be marked as "Required" and can be validated by checking the boxes on the validation tabbed page. If checked for a Unix based server, it allows the user to specify their return e-mail address. This is helpful if you need to reply back to the person submitting the survey. Create Generic Thank You HTML Page
After the user click the submit button on the survey, it is common practice to display a thank you page. This thank you page can contain any information you want. The name of the thank you page is taken from the name you enter on the Web Server Info tabbed page. If checked, the generic thank you page is created and saved in the web pages folder when the web survey page is saved. Of course, you can substitute your own thank you page (just make sure the filename matches). Send User's Remote IP Address
If checked, the IP address of the user is included with the emailed responses. If checked, it will indicate what domain the user is coming from. This can help you determine if there were duplicate surveys filled out multiple times from one IP address. Some mailing programs ignore this setting by always sending the IP address. Remove Navigation Terms from HTML Survey
If checked, the clickable links for "Top", "Back", "Next", and "End" placed after each survey question are removed. Remove Scale Numbers from HTML Survey
If checked, scale numbers "(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)" for Multiple Scale, 2-Column Scale, and Semantic Differential Scale questions are removed from the column headings. Subject Line of the Emailed Responses
This will be the subject of the email that is sent to you (the recipient) after the user clicks the Submit button on the web survey. If this field is left blank, the subject line will be WWW Form Submission. Email Address to Receive Responses
Enter your email address. This is the address that will receive the formatted results from the mailing program located on the server. This field is hidden from the person filling out the survey. A generic example would be firstname.lastname@example.org. However, using a different email address for each major project, for example email@example.com, then firstname.lastname@example.org, etc., will allow you to use the message rules of Outlook and Outlook Express to automatically sort, and route the email to a folder you designate. Spam robots are constantly searching the web for email addresses. They will find your survey forms, and harvest your email address if possible. If possible, the code created by WISCO Survey will hide your email address in the perl, cgi, or asp script. After each project is completed, you can change the email client's message rules to throw away any incoming email to those email addresses. The email is most likely spam, using the email address originally harvested by the spam robots.
|One of 40 background colors can be chosen for your web survey. Click the down arrow to display the available color choices, select your color choice, and view the survey. You may have plenty of fonts installed on your computer, but you can't be sure the same fonts are installed on the computer where the survey is being completed. If you select a font that is not available on the user's computer, Windows will substitute a different choice. Studies indicate Arial, Verdana, and Courier fonts are installed on over 90% of Windows and Macintosh computers.|
The five most common survey rating scales have been translated into 11 other languages by native speakers. (English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, and Swedish). Each of the common scales (for example, Excellent, Good, Average, Fair, and Poor) will be used in the reports, HTML summaries, and web HTML surveys using the selected language. Other common terms for moving around a survey (Top, Back, Next, and Last), and common terms such as the months of the year, and report column headings also use the selected language.