How to use Bootstrap tooltips at a Limesurvey survey

Introduction Tooltips are a useful feature if you want to add lengthy explanations to certain keywords or answer options at Limesurvey. Since Limesurvey v3.0 the Bootstrap framework is available for all Limesurvey templates which enables you to easily add tooltips to your survey elements. We will show you how this works. Adding tooltips to Limesurvey [...] read more

How to remove the “Exit and clear survey” button from a Limesurvey template

While you can easily remove the “Resume later” button from your Limesurvey template by de-activating the “Participant may save and resume later?” feature at “General Settings” -> “Notification & data management” of your survey, removing the “Exit and clear survey” button isn’t possible this way. So what to do? There are two solutions, both require [...] read more

Creating a fully responsive Limesurvey Template

We could probably write 10-12 pages about how to create a fully responsive Limesurvey template but we want to spare you from reading about all the technical details. Instead, we just want to sum up our findings and present you the results. Several people have spent dozens of hours to create the first fully responsive [...] read more

How to use JavaScript at a Limesurvey template or survey

Limesurvey offers a lot of on board features but for certain issues you can add JavaScript to your survey to extend its abilities. Particularly when it comes to on-screen data validation, data filtering, setting default values or any kind of randomization, using JavaScript is the way to go and we have collected several workarounds in [...] read more

How to add your own favicon at a Limesurvey template

A favicon is the little icon you see in the browser’s address bar, list of bookmarks or tab. You can display your own icon as follows: Create a favicon – google will find you lots of free favicon generators Name your new favicon “favicon.ico” and place it in your template directory. This can easily be [...] read more