I have been coding html, js and css for a while but it's all been pretty much client side. I now need to know how to 'write' to a network location.
This is going to be a simple 10 question quiz. What I need after they're done with the quiz: 1) A score only posted back to the user (I can get this done) 2) The answers back to a network location - webpage - ?
I've read a lot and I can't do php, Ajax. So I don't think I can create a file. But what I was thinking was that I could 'post' the information to a webpage.
So my questions are: 1) Is that possible? 2) I understand the form submit code but how to I 'pick' up the transmitted info and load it onto a page? 3) Since there will be around 30 people taking this 'test' at the same time can I post ALL their results to the same page or will I have to have different pages for each user? 4) Is this the best solution or is there and easier way?
I don't think I can use any true 'server side' programming like PhP etc. due to some 'security' issues.
If you want something more than just a client-side quiz and to be able to "write" something permanently somewhere at a "network location" as you appear to require, for these users results to interact with each other in some way, then you are going to need some server-side scripting technology, like PHP.