I am building a site consisting on several home exercises for logged in users. I basically want them to follow a set of directions and submit a small summary of their progress. Based on the content of their submissions, the admin would approve or deny the exercise and award the user a set number of points for appropriate submissions.
Here are my issues:
1. How can I prevent the user from seeing any of his/her submission forms or adding comments? I thought this would be covered by the “Hide From User” drop-down menu in the admin controls, but it makes no visible difference in my site’s front-end.
2. Is there a way to allow users to submit each exercise multiple times while his/her other submissions are pending approval? As much as I’d like to keep on top of things, I may not be able to approve all the exercise submissions on a daily basis but I would still like to allow users to submit the exercises as often as they do them (which may be multiple times a day in several occasions). I want to avoid setting things to “Auto-Approval” since I’d like to avoid having to reclaim points from users that end up ‘cheating the system’.
Thanks in advance for your support!
- The topic ‘Submission forms being displayed to users.’ is closed to new replies.