I've set up a Moodle within a sub-directory of my server and designed quizzes. Unfortunately my students are having trouble receiving errors that "the functionality is currently disabled". I'm not sure if these are browser issues or not. Here are some observations:
On a Macintosh with Safari, an error message box appears whenever one clicks on the page outside the exact center of a choice or the "next" button which appears at the bottom of a display (I've asked that all questions be displayed on one page.. should I have them in smaller segments?) When the error box appears, it starts by defining the larger domain rather than sub-directory within which moodle rests. The message "that functionality is currently disabled". The box cannot be clicked out.. the only option is to shut down the browser.
This does not happen in Firefox if one leaves the AJAX turned off at Edit Profile for the student. In this combination, a test can be completed and submitted as intended. With the AJAX toggled to on, my Firefox trials produce the same floating error box.
I notice that when the student gets the floating error box and closes out the browser, when they return, they're allowed to "continue" although none of the prior answers are saved.
Any hints or suggestions would be deeply appreciated.