To create a module menu, adapt the file module_menu.htm included in the templates folder. Save the modified file as lp0pg1.htm in the folder you have set up to contain your new module. You must give the page a title in the form module n, where module is the folder for the current module and n is the number of learning points in the module, e.g. samples 2.
You can include whatever information you wish on the page, but it has been configured to show the author's name, the last revision date and the approximate number of minutes required to complete the module.
The toolkit automatically keeps a 'cookie' for each module on the user's hard disk to keep a history of the learning points completed by the user. A learning point is deemed to be completed when the user moves from the last page in the learning point back to the module menu. If a new user is using the module, but the history data relates to a previous user, the new user can reset the history file by clicking on the button provided.
The file naming requires some explanation.
All module pages are named in the form lpxpgy.htm, where x is the number
of the current learning point and y is the page number. The module menu is
regarded as learning point zero.
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