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Hello Everyone,

I am currently experiencing
which looks good but I would like to learn how to build this kind of site for school quiz purposes.

Could you please point me to the best tutorial sites to build such a website.

1. A login step
2. A question page based on a text and or image, response will be 4 images selection.
3. A way to select a quiz from a specific topic
4. if good answer or wrong answer a special animation or just the image becomes green or red and the good answer is indicated in green.

4. A timeline would be nice to propose point based on the quickest reply.
5. A summary of the quiz. which are the good and the wrong answers.
6. A board score between the classmates.
7. An admin page to add new topics / questions

Thank you very much in advance.
Best regards.

What I have tried:

I have currently found:
Updated 24-Sep-19 8:32am
F-ES Sitecore 24-Sep-19 5:42am    
Code is code, it doesn't matter what site you are building. Rather than looking for specific tutorials just start building the site and tackle any issues you have as you come across them.
SuperMiQi 24-Sep-19 6:11am     CRLF
Hello. Thank you for you answer. It was to speed up the development. I will create it on my own. I was just concerned if php / mysql will full fill my expectations. I have seen react now as new way of website development and I wonder if this is better to move onto that framework.
Gerry Schmitz 24-Sep-19 16:26pm    
Whose school? Unless it's a commercial attempt, you'll probably blow the school's budget.

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This looks like a good place to start: How to make a simple JavaScript quiz | Simple Steps Code[^]
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SuperMiQi 25-Sep-19 3:17am     CRLF
Thank you very much, This is a really nice good starting point. I will focus on that approach. Thanks again.
F-ES Sitecore 25-Sep-19 4:04am    
It's not much of a quiz if you can View->Source to see the answers :)
RickZeeland 25-Sep-19 4:25am    
That's why it's called 'simple' JavaScript quiz :)

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