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Voting Poll on the Website

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Voting Poll on the Website

Postby booklover » 07 May 2005, 09:17

Hello Matthew, I love this website! I'm sure everyone appreciates all your work. :D

With the UK going to the polls the other day, I thought it topical to ask if the Society has considered putting some polls on the website (where the quiz is) where visitors can vote for their favourite things on a number of specified questions.

For example, there could be a number of questions, with a range of possible answers that people could select by clicking on the appropriate radio button (like the way the quiz is set up).

Some questions could be:

What is your favourite mystery and adventure series?
Who is your favourite member of the Famous Five?
Who is your favourite animal character in the mystery and adventure stories?
What is your favourite school series?
Who is your favourite Faraway Tree character?

Other people might be able to think up other questions.

It would be marvellous if the results could then be recorded and displayed for everyone to see on an ongoing basis.

But: I'm not a computer person so I don't know how hard this would be to do. So if it would be too complicated, then don't worry.

I can send you some examples of the layout for the answers to the above questions if you are interested.

kind regards

booklover
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Postby Rob Houghton » 09 May 2005, 12:54

Sounds like a very good idea to me.

I've always thought an on-going poll like this would be really interesting to Blyton fans.
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Voting poll on the web site

Postby Sanojaa Thiyagarajah » 18 Apr 2007, 08:21

It's going to be a great encouragement if you all do so, especially students like me. Hats off to the person who gave this idea.[/b]
It's a great pride that I get in my own society after joining the Enid Blyton Society.
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