- HannahAsked on August 31, 2015 at 09:29 PM
I need a form that offers multiple choice questions with images - where each answer has its own individual picture (e.g. 'choose your favourite out of these three images'). Does your service have that option?
- JotForm UI DevelopermertAnswered on September 01, 2015 at 05:06 AM
Yes, you can make multiple choice questions with images on JotForm.
To do that:
1. Add "Check Box" or "Radio Button" to your form.
2. While that field selected, click to "Options".
3. In Options, you will see "option 1", "option 2", "option 3" by default, every line means one option. Here, you can paste HTML image code.
http://www.jotform.com/image/yourimage.png" style="width: 41px; height:28px; " align="absmiddle"> Answer 1
Above, yellow marked area is the URL of the image. Just paste the image URL there, it will be appear on that option.
On blue marked areas, you can adjust the screen size by changing px values.
On purple marked area, you need to identify every image for conditions can see their value. Here, I named that image as a "Answer 1".
In addition, I made a demo for you to see it how it looks online. You can see the form HERE.
If you need anything about this issue, please feel free to ask.
- htobrienAnswered on September 01, 2015 at 07:45 AMHi,
Thanks for the response. I've just tried to do this in your form, which
worked fine when I pasted the code in for the first answer, but when I left
the window to find the next image URL and tried to go back in, all the HTML
code disappeared. Does this mean that I can't go back in to make changes
to the code once it is set? It's important that I am able to change an
image without having to create the code for every answer again.
- JotForm UI DevelopermertAnswered on September 01, 2015 at 08:50 AM
Normally, it doesn't do that kind of thing. When I was working on sample form, everything went normal. I assume that it is a temporary problem. To avoid that, you can save your form more often and you can change the HTML code on "Options" whenever you want, they are not fixed.
Unfortunately, there is no ready to use method for doing this, so you need to paste that HTML image code for every answer. Actually, you can just copy paste that code as a template. When you paste it, all you need to do change the image URL.
I hope everything is clear now. If it is not, don't hesitate to contact us.