Change Log[3.0.6] 2022-10-10Updates & Improvementsupdate Bootstrap to v5.2.2update Popper to v2.11.6add new page: Validation Pageupdate start-0 and end-0 classes on RTLfix perfectScrollbar issue on RTLfix the NavTabs second active tab issuemove the flatpickr init on the main JS file[3.0.5] 2022-06-14BugFixingfix inputs on RTLupdate tag border[3.0.4] 2022-06-07Update and Improvementsupdate Bootstrap to v5.2.0-beta1fix modal close button on docsupdate color of .form-control on Darkfix Chat Page on responsive[3.0.3] 2022-03-07Update and Improvementsfix running 'npm install' issuefix SCSS compiling issues[3.0.2] 2021-12-14Update and ImprovementsUpdate Bootstrap to v5.1.3Add new page - Chat/messagesFix sidebar scroll issueFix Authentication Pages navbar issueUpdate inputs to work with 'value'Fix Dark Mode issues for dropdowns, blur cardsFix sidebar background color on resize[3.0.1] 2021-08-24Update and ImprovementsFix broken linksFix Documentation linksFix old Documentation stylingFix sidebar logo color on dark-versionUpdate background-colorUpdate pricing[3.0.0] 2021-08-16Update and ImprovementsUpdate Bootstrap to v5.1.0Update to Material Design 2Add more example pagesAdd Light/Dark featureNew Documentation version[2.1.2] 2020-03-13BugFixingFixed the perfectScrollbar plugin issueChange name color variables from $brand-*color to $*color[2.1.1] 2020-02-21Improvements, BugFixingFixed the broken links[2.1.0] 2018-11-13Improvements, BugFixingChanges for responsive devicesImprovements and BugFixing for documentationChange versions on CSS and JS filesDataTable responsive fixesExample Pages small establishmentsPro Documentation integrated in Free VersionNew page - Error Page 404Eliminated extra CSS and JS[2.0.2] 2018-06-21BugFixingMultilevel dropdown integrationSmall changes for responsive devicesFixed-plugin in user archive integrationSpeed optimizationsDocumentation errors fixedGulp compiling of the SASS filesChange versions on CSS and JS filesSmall changes for components[2.0.1] 2018-03-21BugFixingFixed validation inputsFixed SweetAlertNavbar dropdown fixed on mobile responsive[2.0.0] 2018-03-15Bootstrap 4 updateCore base code on Bootstrap 4Documentation code base written from scratchSpeed optimizationsClass changes :.card-block to .card-body.navbar-toggleable-* to .navbar-expand-*.hidden--down to .d-none .d--block.hidden--up to .d--none.checkbox to .form-check.radio to .form-checkmore class changes here: Bug fixes for responsive devicesSmall changes for components[1.2.1] 2017-11-17RTL Supportadded new page with RTL SupportBugFixingSweetAlert fixed on IE and browser console fixed errorReplaced es6-promise-auto.min.js library with core.js (CDN script)Chartist.js fixed error from browser consolePerfectScrollbar fixed on IE[1.2.0] 2017-09-05BugFixing, Plugin ChangeAdded a new Sidebar-menu ( the old one was replaced ) and a new color for the Sidebar-menu red with white the active colorPlugins that were updated to the latest versions:jquery.min.js 3.2.1es6-promise-auto.min.js 4.1.1noUiSlider.min.js 10.0.0chartist.min.js 0.11.0fullcalendar.min.js 3.5.0jquery.bootstrap-wizard.js 1.4.2jquery.select-bootstrap.js 1.12.2Added Arrive.js library for elements that are inserted dinamicallyRemoved jquery.mobile-1.4.5.min.js library because this it's not compatible with jquery 3+Added version in CSS and JS linksBug Fixes[1.1.0] 2016-11-17BugFixing, Plugin ChangeFix bug on main panel > content while you use the Sidebar MiniReplaced select plugin with a more complex select bootstrap-selectAdded File Input library by Jasnychange filter colors for example pagesfix Charts responsive issue when switching from Desktop to Mobileadded PerfectScrollbar just for Windows, fix problem in MacOs and Ubuntu[1.0.0] 2016-11-03Initial Release
Because ItemBody content is expected to be presented to candidates with a wide variance of perceptual, cognitive processing, physical capabilities, etc.; assessment content should be made as accessible as possible to the widest range of candidates. Guidance on how to provide accessible content is sprinkled throughout this implementation guide, but is certainly not the definitive nor complete documentation on providing accessible content to people. Implementers should stay current in methods and approaches that help increase access to assessment content for all users.
This example takes a famous mathematical problem and presents it to the user as a game. The qti-feedback-block element, in association with a number of outcome variables is used to control the flow of the story, from the opening gambit through to whether or not you have won a prize. When the story concludes you are asked about the strategy you adopted. Notice that the scoring for the question is based on the actual strategy you took (one mark) and your answer to the final question (two marks). If you choose a bad strategy initially you are always punished by losing the game. If you feel that this is cheating take a look at a more realistic version of the same question which combines adaptivity with the powerful feature of item templates: Monty Hall (Take 2).
There is a notable exception, where some assessments provide "stacked" translations, where the content switches back and forth between two languages by providing a chunk of content in one language (like a paragraph of text), then following that chunk with the second language translation. For stacked translated content, it would make sense to include multiple languages, as well as providing the language in the "srclang" attribute using ISO 639 notation, as well as using the "label" attribute of the track (label="English") to identify the captions for the different language versions. Typically, those language labels appear in a list when the user selects the Closed Caption (CC) icon.
Programming with CodeIgniter MVC provides a simple step-by-step guide to efficiently utilizingthe CodeIgniter MVC framework for developing web applications. This book is packed with engaging examples to understand the usage of controllers, libraries, and (Codeigniter) CI Models. This book commences with a quick discussion of the CodeIgniter Integration with external plugins such as Flickr API, Google Maps and more will be reviewed with clear usage examples. It will then cover CI naming convention rules, mandatory and optional configurations, and usage within a CI project. It will also cover user defined configurations.
Once we've set up a local web development environment, we'll need to download the latest version of CI, which is Version 2.1.2 at the time of writing this book. The link to download the latest version is Now, if we look inside the CI folder, we should see the following directory tree: 2b1af7f3a8