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E-Commerce Toolbox teachers guide

Customising the Toolbox

This section provides some guidelines and suggestions on how to customise the Toolbox for your needs. This includes suggestions for disaggregation (i.e. to divide into constituent parts).

Before you begin customising it is necessary to understand the folder structure and naming conventions used in the Toolbox.

Folder structure

The folder structure has been designed to facilitate disaggregation. Each project stage is contained in a separate folder with a separate index file, so that it can be used in isolation from the Toolbox. The resource pack also has its own index file so that it can be taken from the main Toolbox and used in isolation.

A segment of the folder structure and a description of these folders are provided below:

tocmenu

map_respak

map_e0

proj_tasks.htm

html

projectpak

map_proj_desc.htm

wd_map_proj

html

map_respak_desc.htm

shared

index.htm

map_e1

The “map_respak” folder holds all the resources required for the Manage projects unit (other than the final project or summative assessment)

Inside this folder there is a folder map_e0 which holds the introductory htm page (similar to index.htm).

There are folders (eg map_e1, map_e2, etc) for each element or resource in the respak.

The folder tocmenu holds the frameset and menu files (for this respak), and the index file.

There is a “shared” folder to hold all the shared files used by the entire Toolbox (eg style sheets).

The “wd_map_proj” folder holds project files required for the project stage relating to the Manage projects unit.

map_proj_desc.htm” is the page describing Project 1 Stage 1.

projectpak” is a folder containing all the resources required by this project (templates, Word or pdf files, etc - NOT the respak).

NOTE:Each unit is identified by a three-letter code (descriptor) as detailed below:

Unit of CompetencyDescriptor

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