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Javascript Tools for Web Surveys

If you are a web designer, most likely you have had some experience with JavaScript Libraries, such as jQuery (http://jquery.com), or Scriptaculous (http://script.aculo.us/). If you have had experience with these libraries, you know how very useful they are. We do too!

SurveyPro surveys can accommodate jQuery or Scriptaculous functions beautifully. You can see this code in effect in our custom scale demo:

http://www.surveyhost.com/apian/surveyhost/demo_enhanced_scales/

A handful of scales in this demonstration survey have been enhanced with these JavaScript libraries, including the sliders, conditional inputs, date picker and point allotment. These are just a few examples of ways we’ve been able to use JavaScript libraries to customize the initial scale created in the SurveyPro Software.

In the upcoming weeks, I will be explain how SurveyHost implements some of these tricks to SurveyPro surveys.

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