I'm sorry for you if this is a real project, but we all get spammed a lot these days, and there is a lot of duplicity out there. The sum total of all your actions in this episode did not inspire trust. I even tried to phone you first but the contact phone number you gave your DNS registrar only a few days ago is not working.
I'm also not pleased about even the domain you registered and the way it steals graphics and trademarks without permission
, making it look like an officially-supported Moodle project. As others have said, getting your web form on an official University server
is the best idea for a University project. If it's real and useful research I'd probably have even hosted it for you on moodle.org and advertised it for you. We like and want to help research, but we hate spammers.
The poor scholarship refers to this background, but also the fact that most of the things in your questionnaire list are ALREADY in Moodle in some form, so I get the impression you don't know much about it (making the results worthless). You've provided no information about your project and how the data will be used. Your spelling and grammar errors everywhere don't help the "fake" impression either.
In short, I think you made a lot of mistakes here. I would advise that you actually try to find out about a community before spamming all their forums. We are real people here, not software objects
A post explaining your project in detail and asking for advice on how to get it "out there" is all it would have taken. I suggest you treat all this as a learning experience on your way to becoming a good researcher, relay it all to your project supervisor and get more advice from them about the directions for your project.