Quizzer allows you to structure questions/answers in categories (so the questions aren't in a big messy all-in-one page) and subcategories (with "unlimited" depth).
For each question, you enter:
- It's title (main question)
- Some additional information (the body)
- The type of answer you request:
- Multiple choice
- String answer (which is a regular expression), supporting:
- Case sensitive or case insensitive
- Multiple answers (yielding multiple input fields)
- Multiple correct answers (single input field, but multiple possible answers)
- Pre- and post text captions for the answer field
- An explanation for the answer.
If you want to question yourself, you can loop over the questions using the navigation, which supports:
- Previous/next question
- Show answer (if you're lazy ;-)
- Random question in category or entire set
The randomizer isn't truely random: it first "randomly" picks a category, and then "randomly" picks a question. If you have two categories, one with 100 questions and one with 1 question, the single question of the second category will - on average - be shown 50% of the time.
Another advantage of the fileset is that you only need Firefox / Internet Explorer to run it - no need for additional libraries such as XSL parsers or scripting languages. Also, you don't need to run it from a web server - you can load it in your browser from your local disk.