Questionmark's Open Assessment Platform

TikiWiki

It is possible to embed an assessment in TikiWiki using an iFrame. The latest versions of TikiWiki are available with the iFrame plugin preinstalled. However, the plugin will need to be enabled before it can be used. This article provides information on how to enable the iFrame plugin and use it to display an assessment on your wiki pages.

To enable the iFrame plugin:

  1. Login as an administrator.
  2. On the administrator homescreen click Editing and Plugins.
  3. Select the Plugins tab.
  4. Scroll down the page until you find the iFrame section.
  5. Place a check in the Enable checkbox.
  6. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Change preferences.

Now that the plugin has been enabled you will need to approve the changes. This can be done by:

  1. Log in as an administrator.
  2. On the administrator homescreen click Editing and Plugins.
  3. Select the Plugins tab.
  4. In the About plugins box at the top of the plugins list click tiki-plugins.php.
  5. Click the tick button for the Iframe plugin to approve it.

Now that the plugin has been enabled and approved you will be able to add an assessment on your wiki pages. This can be done by completing the following steps:

  1. Create or edit a wiki page.
  2. Add the following code to your page:

    {IFRAME(width=100%,height=350px,name=assessment1,align=center,frameborder=0,marginheight=0px, marginwidth=0px,scrolling=no)}http://questionmark.com/perception5/open.php?SESSION=4535678765456789&NAME=Anon{IFRAME}

  3. Change the URL and the width and height details to suit your needs. For more information about generating a URL that links directly to your assessment, please refer to:
  • How do I create a URL that links directly to a Questionmark assessment? (LINK NEEDED!)
  • Save the changes to your page.
  • The assessment will now appear in your page, as shown below: