lcMultipleSelect

Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Version 1.3 Part 3: All-Inclusive Edition

version
1.3
author
OASIS DITA Technical Committee

The lcMultipleSelect element was deprecated in DITA version 1.3. It was replaced with the lcMultipleSelect2 element. It was originally intended to provide an interaction where the learner must indicate two or more correct answers from a list of choices.

Inheritance

+ topic/fig learningInteractionBase-d/lcInteractionBase learning-d/lcMultipleSelect

Example

      <!--Multiple select Interaction                    -->
      <lcMultipleSelect
        id="ms1">
        <title>Finding Major League Baseball logos</title>
        <lcQuestion>Which one of the following is a logo of a Major League Baseball team? (You may
          choose more than one.)</lcQuestion>
        <lcAnswerOptionGroup>
          <lcAnswerOption
            id="A">
            <lcAnswerContent>
              <image
                href="logo1.gif"/>
            </lcAnswerContent>
            <lcCorrectResponse/>
            <lcFeedback>Yes, that's one.</lcFeedback>
          </lcAnswerOption>
          <lcAnswerOption
            id="B">
            <lcAnswerContent>
              <image
                href="logo2.gif"/>
            </lcAnswerContent>
            <lcCorrectResponse/>
            <lcFeedback>Yes, that's one.</lcFeedback>
          </lcAnswerOption>
          <lcAnswerOption
            id="C">
            <lcAnswerContent>
              <image
                href="logo3.gif"/>
            </lcAnswerContent>
            <lcFeedback>No, not that one. Sorry!</lcFeedback>
          </lcAnswerOption>
          <lcAnswerOption
            id="D">
            <lcAnswerContent>
              <image
                href="logo4.gif"/>
            </lcAnswerContent>
            <lcCorrectResponse/>
            <lcFeedback>Yes, that's one.</lcFeedback>
          </lcAnswerOption>
        </lcAnswerOptionGroup>
      </lcMultipleSelect>
  

Attributes

The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group (with a narrowed definition of id, given below) and outputclass.

id (REQUIRED)
Defines an ID by which the element can be referenced.