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How to randomise the order using CSSAsked by abarejo on November 14, 2016 at 08:36 AM
And I´ve another question:
I have a "sliders with calculated result". It´s a different test and I would like to randomise within items as matrix option as. It´s possible insert in css code some function in order to achieve randomization?
This is the form example: https://form.jotformeu.com/63183971979373
I am not sure if I have understood your question this time. Can you please provide further details about the randomisation that you'd like to manage?
We will be waiting for the details.
I would like to randomize items within "sliders with calculated result" widget.
In the example, I´ve 6 items and i want to suffle the order between participants. Do you think inject css code in the form?
I understand now. You want to shuffle the order of your questions by using CSS. However, it is not possible to be done by injecting CSS codes.
Unfortunately, I can not think of a work around since what you want to manage is pretty specific for our basic fields. Drop Down, Check Box and Radio Button fields have the option to shuffle the items. However, it is not possible to do the calculations on these fields with the way you are doing it.
Please contact us again if you need any further assistance.