I have embedded a link to another website within a jcloze exercise and want to utilize quizport's post-condition timing ability to make students accountable for doing this activity. So, when a student opens the jcloze they are instructed to click on the link and that takes them to another webpage where they are required to do some activity. They are also told to spend a minimum time (set by quizport's post- conditions) or they will have to repeat the exercise again. If they spend more than the required time, and they answer the question ("did you spend more than x minutes on this activity?"), and choose "yes", they are taken back to the menu of all quizzes in the unit. I can successfully do this by linking the webpage so that the student is taken to a new window, but I would prefer to have the linked webpage to open in the same window. When I use the following code
<a href=http://xxxxxx. com target="_parent">
<img src="xxxx.png" alt="xxxx.png" title="xxxx" width="240" height="74" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center;" alt="QUIZLET" />
(target="_parent" or "self" ) and click on the link, I first get the message "Your results so far will be saved and you can re-do later.....etc" . If I click "OK" then I am taken to the linked webpage and it behaves as I wish it to- i.e. it is embedded in the same window. Is it possible to do what I want without the message "Your results..etc" first appearing. This would, as you can imagine be confusing for students. Hope I am making sense...
Any help appreciated...