Making correct answer not show (in CP)


I've got a Course Presentation with a Single Choice Set question that has several possible answers. I'm happy for my students to be told when their choice is wrong, and to have the opportunity to retry, but not for the correct answer to be highlighted in green when they select wrongly. How do I disable this? Can't seem to find the option in the Behaviour Settings of the question itself nor of the whole element....

See the attached H5P element. I am referring to the second (bottom) question on sides 2,3,4 and 5.



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BV52's picture

Hi Alon,

I'm afraid this is not possible not unless you make changes to the code. Although I think you are on to something and thank you for contributing your ideas on how to make H5P better! We’re now working on something called the H5P supporter program allowing the H5P community to vote for and fund the top voted H5P features. Also there are developers in the community who every now and then works on a feature they find interesting or useful.

I have also moved this post to the Feature Request forum.

BTW Your activity looks familiar ;-)




It is important that the correct answer is not shown when a quiz is done and the option is contradictory with the "retry" alternative, because H5P is already giving the answer.
This problem makes sense and at the university where we use this resource it would be valuable to be able to implement it, but this way, it does not allow to validate knowledge.

How can I contact I have also moved this post to the Feature Request forum.

Where you can vote for the improvements that are required quickly

Thank you.


BV52's picture

Hi Lpaez,

Thank you for your input. Currently the supporter program is not yet implemented. The core team with its limited resources cannot implement all requests but the good thing about H5P is that it is open source so anyone in the community can make the changes.


Thanks for letting me know BV52. A shame this is not a feature yet as I can see a lot of teachers (at least in a school setting) wanting it, but hopefully this will be added in the future.

And yes, the activity is the same one you helped me with several weeks ago. I now feel much more confident with Course Presentation, so thanks again.



otacke's picture

Hi AlonM!

Unfortunately, we do not have the ressources to follow up on all the requests that we receive. However, even though Joubel provides the core team for developing H5P, it is an open source community project. We would gladly welcome code contributions. So, anyone is invited to add the missing code pieces himself/herself, ask some friends who are coders to help out, raise some funds to pay someone to do the job, etc.

This was not a "no" by the way. I can see that your suggestion makes perfect sense, and we may pick it up at a later point in time ourselves. Still, I wanted to make it clear that we can't do it all on our own.