here's an example of text to add a sound file to a quiz.
width="90" height="15" id="mp3player"> <param name="movie"
/> <param name="quality" value="high" /> <param
name="bgcolor" value="#333333" /> <param name="flashvars"
This example tells the browser to insert the Moodle media player and to
then pass certain settings to the Moodle media player. One of those
settings is the name of the sound file, which in this example is
In the middle of the text you can see "src=my-sound-file.mp3".
This is the text which tells the Moodle media player what sound file to play.
If you want to play a different file, for example "happy-sounds.mp3",
you would change this part of text to "src=happy-sounds.mp3".
The above text is NOT a regular expression, so you don't need any
fancy software to insert it. Any text editor will do the job. Probably any WYSIWYG html-editor can do it. However the easiest way, is to insert this text straight into your quiz using the Hot Potatoes
Hope this helps and I look forward to seeing lots of new quizzes on your site
Hartelijke groeten van Gordon
I enjoyed your graphic description of "Martin". Probably you were
referring to Martin Holmes, one of the fabulous co-creators of Hot
Potatoes? Perhaps you should know that the creator and lead-developer of Moodle is also a
Martin: Martin Dougiamas. What's more there are several other very
fabulous and influential Martins connected with Moodle. It can be confusing