Correction - what
you have to keep an eye for isn't the "&resume=" but the "complete.php"
instead of "view.php".
One problem with this method is that
you'll have to re-create the whole system if you want to copy the course
(because you will want to refer to the copied quizzes, rather than the original
If that isn't possible for you - I
found an even better, and easier, solution:
In the questionnaire settings, there is a Description field - you can use it to
bypass the opening screen.
First - you'll have to make sure that you don't have the "Display
description on course page Help with Display description on course page" -
if you must display the description on your course page ignore this method, as
it won't be of use for you.
You'll now want to edit the description
- make sure it is empty to begin with (since it won't be displayed on the
course page, and we are skipping the "answer questions" page, there
will not be anywhere to see it anyway)
Go into html editing mode (for that you'll have to press the show more buttons
option, and then the HTML option - which's logo looks like this <>).
Now - simply paste the following code:
var x = document.URL;
were redirected to: "+x);
I hope that helps you or whoever else
wants to skip this screen!