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Hello
i am trying to code a survey.
there are questions and answers.The answers are radioboxes. if answer "no" is selected,the partial page which includes that question part, should be refreshed and a more question is needed to asked. How can handle this partial refresh stuff in html?

 <html>
 <form>
 Response.Write("<b> question 1 </b><br>
  yes   <input type=radio name=q25 value=0><br>
   no  <input type=radio name=q25 value=1 ><br>")

  if (q25==1)
        Response.Write("question 2")
         Response.Write("yes   <input type=radio name=q255 value=0><br>
                         no  <input type=radio name=q255 value=1 ><br>")
  </form>
  </html>

Edited by thebuffy: misword

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    >How can handle this partial refresh stuff in html? if you only want part of your page to be refreshed without reloading the page, you'll need to leverage javascript(js)/ajax. jQuery is a js library. ajax is used to so you can communicate from the browser back to the web server … Read More

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Is the data for the questions already part of the page or is it being retrieved from a server? If the questions are already part of the page you can use jquery to show/hide the sections in order as the user progresses through the survey.
If the data is being retrieved from a server you'll need to use AJAX to fetch the next chunk of data and then reload the correct section of the page.

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It is part of the page i guess but i dont know anything about jquery , cant i handle this code by adding just 2-3 rows codes?

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How can handle this partial refresh stuff in html?

if you only want part of your page to be refreshed without reloading the page, you'll need to leverage javascript(js)/ajax. jQuery is a js library.

ajax is used to so you can communicate from the browser back to the web server and get a response without actually having to refresh the entire page. Then, you use js to update the portion of the page that needs updating.

jQuery just makes all of this a whole lot easier using 2-3 lines of code.

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