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"Total Beginner"

Posted by Traci Beck [Traci.K.Beck@aexp.com] on at 11:32 AM
I am not a computer programmer. I bought the UTest applets because I am just trying to create a Q and A database as a study guide. I have read EVERYTHING, but it is not basic enough for me I guess. I have started by creating an HTML page and putting it in a sub directory, but then am clueless as to how to import the applets into my HTML page and where to go from there. I didn't realize that this program was really only made for the computer literate and I'm at a loss.

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"uTest for beginners"
Posted by Microburst Support Team [support@uburst.com] on at 12:58 PM
First, open up your HTML page with a text editor. Then, just copy any applet that you want to use onto your clipboard and paste it into the source HTML. Edit (change) any applet parameters to meet your needs and resave the HTML page. Then just open up your HTML page with a web browser and you should see the uTest applets in action!

The online applet reference for uTest is very helpful in explaining the parameters in each applet. http://www.uburst.com/uTest/reference/

We are currently working on an interface for uTest to make it easier to use for non-programmers. In the meantime, you can email our tech support team for help, or even call during the week.

phone 321-639-7377 Mon-Fri EST bus hours

"RE: Total Beginner"
Posted by Bill Weiner on at 07:03 AM
Additional, you should start by following through the "Tutorial" included with uTest:


This tutorial will take you through step-by-step on how to easily add the uTest applets to any webpage.