You can embed a multiple choice quiz into your pages and posts.
Quizzes use multiple shortcodes together. At their most basic, you can pose a question and have multiple answers to choose from. The correct answer will turn green when it’s clicked on, and the incorrect answers will turn red when they’re clicked on.
Here’s an example of how a basic quiz will appear on your site:
You can also add explanations to each answer. When an answer is clicked on, it will expand to show an explanation of why it’s either correct or incorrect. This is a great spot to add additional information.
Here’s an example of what a quiz with explanations looks like (hint, click the answers to see the explanations work):
How to create a quiz:
A quiz combines the following shortcodes:
[quiz] [/quiz] : This triggers the overall Quiz shortcode.
[question] [/question] This code indicates the question being asked.
[answer] [/answer] This code indicates a correct answer. You can use as many of them ask you like.
[wrong] [/wrong] This code indicates an incorrect answer. You can also use as many of them as you like.
[explanation][/explanation] This code should be placed within either an answer or a wrong shortcode, and it indicates that the option should expand into an explanation of why it’s corrector incorrect.
Here’s a template that shows how the codes work together when you add them to a post or page. You can copy and paste it into your site:
Note on adding an explanation: If you want to add an explanation to a correct or incorrect answer, the explanation’s shortcode will need to be added within the brackets for either a correct or incorrect question, as displayed in the last wrong answer in the template above.
To add multiple questions on one post or page, you’ll need to add a separate set of shortcodes for each question.