Grouping modules


Grouping helps you organize all modules on a page, and with additional options available to the group, it opens up new opportunities for scoring, interactivity, design and much more.

The group is created in the "Module" –> "Group modules" menu for the previously selected modules. The reverse operation "Module" –> "Ungroup modules" is possible for the existing group.

There can be many groups of modules on the page, but please keep in mind that one module can belong only to one group. To select a group, simply click on any of the group's modules on the workspace. Selecting individual modules is possible in the "Modules" panel.

Display in the modules list

If the "Group modules in a div container" is enabled, the group is contained in a collapsible folder:

In other case, the modules don't have to be aligned one on top of another, they can be in any place on the list of the modules, so the folder is not collapsible:


Property name Description
Score type Creating a group of modules makes it possible to give it its own Group's Score Type. The group has 4 modes to calculate its score: Default, Zero to Max, Gradually to Max and Minus Errors.
Score Types:
  • Default – the group score uses the Page scoring mode (Normal, minusErros, zeroOne)
  • Zero to Max – This mode activates the Group's Max Score property (the maximum score for this group). The score of the modules that belong to the group is calculated when all modules have 100%, if not, the group score is 0
  • Gradually To Max – This mode activates the Group's Max Score property (the maximum score for this group). The group's score is between 0 and the value defined in the Group's Max Score property
  • Minus Errors – Group score is calculated by subtracting actual errors count from the actual score. Group score can't be below 0. The Group's Max Score property allows you to insert a value that defines the group's max score.

  • For example, if the group's maximum score is 10 points, and the Group's Max Score property is defined as 5, the user will get 5 points for solving all exercises correctly and 2 points for solving only a half of them (rounding down).

    More information about Score Type can be found here: Activity scoring.
    Group modules in a div container It is a property that allows you to extend the capabilities of the grouping mechanism by placing all grouped modules into one div container in the DOM structure.

    The group receives dimensions and positions from its contents, while the positions of the modules are converted relative to the group position. Example: Text is the first module at the position: left: 00, top: 50 in the group. After selecting "Group modules in a div container" its position will be: left: 0, top: 0 and the group will inherit the position: left: 100, top: 50.

    A group with this property checked allows you to define and assign CSS classes in the same way as for modules.

    Supported commands

    Command name Params Description
    show --- Shows the group.
    hide --- Hides the group.

    Advanced Connector integration

    To get access to the group, the getGroup(groupID) method from playerController shall be used. For example, to hide a group on the page, the following expression can be used:


    Each command supported by the Group can be used in the Advanced Connector addon's scripts. An extensive version of the above example presents how to hide and show the group using Double State Button.

        var group0 = presenter.playerController.getGroup('Group0');
        var group0 = presenter.playerController.getGroup('Group0');;

    CSS classes

    Class name Description
    .moduleGroup indicates the appearance of a group of modules.


    .modulegroup_exercise {
        background-color: #77a9c1a8;
        border: 25px solid #ffffff00;
        border-radius: 10px;
        box-shadow: 0 0 5px 2px #73899aba;

    Demo presentation

    Demo presentation contains examples of the use of groups of modules.