Problems with htmlpage or html elements


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Hi,

I am trying to set up an experiment in which I need to go to a website to run another part of the experiment.
When I use the link alone, it works perfectly but when I include it in a htmlpage or html element, it does not work, it tells me that my browser does not support html5.
Here is a short script in which I tried both options:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/igpq7nmhvpuwa96/TryLinks.iqx?dl=0
Here is the message I get after ending the script:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kzu8bpifl4in39/CaptureCyberLinkProblem.JPG?dl=0

I was wondering whether it could be related to the browser Inquisit is using by default. However, on my computer I successfully managed to open the link with Firefox, Google Chrome, and even Explorer.

Thanks

Juliette

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juju - Monday, March 5, 2018
Hi,

I am trying to set up an experiment in which I need to go to a website to run another part of the experiment.
When I use the link alone, it works perfectly but when I include it in a htmlpage or html element, it does not work, it tells me that my browser does not support html5.
Here is a short script in which I tried both options:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/igpq7nmhvpuwa96/TryLinks.iqx?dl=0
Here is the message I get after ending the script:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kzu8bpifl4in39/CaptureCyberLinkProblem.JPG?dl=0

I was wondering whether it could be related to the browser Inquisit is using by default. However, on my computer I successfully managed to open the link with Firefox, Google Chrome, and even Explorer.

Thanks

Juliette

Interactive content won't work when you try to run it through an Inquisit script, displayed as <html> or <htmlpage> element. Under Windows, Inquisit in essence embeds Internet Explorer to render HTML, but Internet Explorer imposes certain additional restrictions when run in embedded mode. That, in a nutshell, is why the page doesn't work when you try to run it through Inquisit, but does work when you visit it directly in Internet Explorer (or a different browser).

What you should do instead is _re-direct_ your participants to that site directly in their browser / outside of Inquisit at the end of the Inquisit portion of your study. You can do this by setting the defaults.finishpage property to the desired address in your script (see e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic23033.aspx ).

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Dave - Monday, March 5, 2018
juju - Monday, March 5, 2018
Hi,

I am trying to set up an experiment in which I need to go to a website to run another part of the experiment.
When I use the link alone, it works perfectly but when I include it in a htmlpage or html element, it does not work, it tells me that my browser does not support html5.
Here is a short script in which I tried both options:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/igpq7nmhvpuwa96/TryLinks.iqx?dl=0
Here is the message I get after ending the script:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kzu8bpifl4in39/CaptureCyberLinkProblem.JPG?dl=0

I was wondering whether it could be related to the browser Inquisit is using by default. However, on my computer I successfully managed to open the link with Firefox, Google Chrome, and even Explorer.

Thanks

Juliette

Interactive content won't work when you try to run it through an Inquisit script, displayed as <html> or <htmlpage> element. Under Windows, Inquisit in essence embeds Internet Explorer to render HTML, but Internet Explorer imposes certain additional restrictions when run in embedded mode. That, in a nutshell, is why the page doesn't work when you try to run it through Inquisit, but does work when you visit it directly in Internet Explorer (or a different browser).

What you should do instead is _re-direct_ your participants to that site directly in their browser / outside of Inquisit at the end of the Inquisit portion of your study. You can do this by setting the defaults.finishpage property to the desired address in your script (see e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic23033.aspx ).

Thanks for the tip - it is not ideal because I wanted to participants to visit the site after and before some tasks in Inquisit but I will find a way.


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juju - 3/6/2018
Dave - Monday, March 5, 2018
juju - Monday, March 5, 2018
Hi,

I am trying to set up an experiment in which I need to go to a website to run another part of the experiment.
When I use the link alone, it works perfectly but when I include it in a htmlpage or html element, it does not work, it tells me that my browser does not support html5.
Here is a short script in which I tried both options:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/igpq7nmhvpuwa96/TryLinks.iqx?dl=0
Here is the message I get after ending the script:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kzu8bpifl4in39/CaptureCyberLinkProblem.JPG?dl=0

I was wondering whether it could be related to the browser Inquisit is using by default. However, on my computer I successfully managed to open the link with Firefox, Google Chrome, and even Explorer.

Thanks

Juliette

Interactive content won't work when you try to run it through an Inquisit script, displayed as <html> or <htmlpage> element. Under Windows, Inquisit in essence embeds Internet Explorer to render HTML, but Internet Explorer imposes certain additional restrictions when run in embedded mode. That, in a nutshell, is why the page doesn't work when you try to run it through Inquisit, but does work when you visit it directly in Internet Explorer (or a different browser).

What you should do instead is _re-direct_ your participants to that site directly in their browser / outside of Inquisit at the end of the Inquisit portion of your study. You can do this by setting the defaults.finishpage property to the desired address in your script (see e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic23033.aspx ).

Thanks for the tip - it is not ideal because I wanted to participants to visit the site after and before some tasks in Inquisit but I will find a way.


Did you ever figure this out? I am doing a dissertation project where we want to direct participants to an external webpage mid-way in the inquisit script?
Any ideas?
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mg512 - 2/4/2020
juju - 3/6/2018
Dave - Monday, March 5, 2018
juju - Monday, March 5, 2018
Hi,

I am trying to set up an experiment in which I need to go to a website to run another part of the experiment.
When I use the link alone, it works perfectly but when I include it in a htmlpage or html element, it does not work, it tells me that my browser does not support html5.
Here is a short script in which I tried both options:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/igpq7nmhvpuwa96/TryLinks.iqx?dl=0
Here is the message I get after ending the script:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kzu8bpifl4in39/CaptureCyberLinkProblem.JPG?dl=0

I was wondering whether it could be related to the browser Inquisit is using by default. However, on my computer I successfully managed to open the link with Firefox, Google Chrome, and even Explorer.

Thanks

Juliette

Interactive content won't work when you try to run it through an Inquisit script, displayed as <html> or <htmlpage> element. Under Windows, Inquisit in essence embeds Internet Explorer to render HTML, but Internet Explorer imposes certain additional restrictions when run in embedded mode. That, in a nutshell, is why the page doesn't work when you try to run it through Inquisit, but does work when you visit it directly in Internet Explorer (or a different browser).

What you should do instead is _re-direct_ your participants to that site directly in their browser / outside of Inquisit at the end of the Inquisit portion of your study. You can do this by setting the defaults.finishpage property to the desired address in your script (see e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic23033.aspx ).

Thanks for the tip - it is not ideal because I wanted to participants to visit the site after and before some tasks in Inquisit but I will find a way.


Did you ever figure this out? I am doing a dissertation project where we want to direct participants to an external webpage mid-way in the inquisit script?
Any ideas?

Unless you can effecitvely split the script into two separate experiments and then go experiment #1 -> external site -> experiment #2, that's not feasible.
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