Just a quick question. I have a number of hotpot quizzes made up that i would like to import into the moodle quiz format. However, when I do this the path to the image gets messed up. For instance the image url in the imported file becomes
whereas the image file is in
(ie a folder called quiz in my course file folder)
I realise I could just change the url by hand but it seems a bit tedious. Anyone got any ideas please.
Thanks in advance,
EDIT sorry - just re-read your post - are you saying you want to turn your hotpotato quizzes into Moodle quizzes? - I think I might have misread the first time
Martyn "I want to write the quizzes offline in hotpotatoes and then import the questions into a moodle quiz rather than a hotpotatoes quiz".
Any reason for taking this rather convoluted way of doing things rather than writing your quizzes in the Moodle question bank straight away?
I find it hard to have to navigate the importing of an image to a question .. it is clunky.
Does anyone either:
a. know of a program that lets me build quizzes with screenshots and then an export where my screenshots are converted to images (almost like some web page visual editor exports) or
b. a place where there are existing premade quizzes I can import into moodle and then tweak.. or existing hot potatoes quizzes I can tweak and export.
looking at the scripts in the "question/format/hotpot" folder, it seems that if the HP file is in the "quiz" folder when you import it, and you import it using "Import from file already in course files" then the relative urls should be successfully converted to absolute urls that point to files within the "quiz" folder.
If it doesn't work like that for you, please could you upload the HP file and the image file to my server so I can see for myself exactly what is happening.
- URL: http://bateson.kanazawa-gu.ac.jp/moodle/19/mysql
- Course: Course Fullname 101
- Username: guestteacher
- Password: quizportv09
I have found a fix for this.
I am confirming that it works on other Moodles too, and I will commit the modified scripts to the Moodle CVS within a day or too.