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I have a survey spread onto numerous pages. I would like to add a heading at the start of each page of the survey. Is this possible? How would you go about doing this?

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The way I did it was using JQuery/JavaScript. Basically using JavaScript I look to see if the first question on a section was present and depending on the question I find I would write the section heading to a tag. I did a search like you and could not find anything so that is what I came up with.

Hope this helps.

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I tried the same but my <h1> tag was being rendered as text and not markup :( – John Jan 27 '12 at 13:45

That happen to me to. This is why I used the text of the first question in the section to search for. If found, then add appropriate heading.

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See this post about how to brand a sharepoint survey.

Branding the looks of a sharepoint 2010 survey

Following the answer there, if you add a token like #sectiontitle#My Section Title#/sectiontitle# to the text of each question that comes first in a section, you can use javascript to replace this with your own html.

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