Trying to figure out why anything that doesn't explicitly have quiz items gets scored anyway.
I've been working with Opigno and Drupal 8 to build a simple training site. I posted about this issue over on their forums yesterday and haven't heard anything, but maybe someone over here will have a clue...
The gist of the problem I'm having is I created two of their modules. In the second one I created a bunch of "activities" which are all indivudal questions. And then set it to provide 5 of them randomly. That seems to be all working as designed.
The issue is the first area, where I provide information and some practice questions. There are 14 "activities" The practice questions provide a number out of 10 points, not exactly by design because they're for practice and I really don't care if they get them correct. But even more of an issue is anything that's more for simply information; like course presentations with just slides of information, columns of just formatted text and images, dialog cards, columns of formatted info, etc. all come back as scores of zero, 0 of 10.
Is the only solution to create some fabricated "question" to force people taking the course to hit a button on every "page" to force a result (and create tons of extra resistance)? It seems like content with no actual, interactive elements shouldn't have points associated to begin with.
I wouldn't be surprised if I'm doing something wrong. But I could really use some guidance. And the general structure I created isn't really super flexible. I was instructed to emulate a fairly stylized course by my boss, and that doesn't even give clues to the tool used. Thanks!