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packaging file for part 2

 
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Can all the exam deliverable for part 2 be included in index.html file or do I have to create multiple html files and create links to it from index.html file.

Right now, I have index.html file that has table of content. Each item in the TOC has anchor tag that goes to the relevant section on the index.html file. so basically, I have all the exam deliverables are on one index.html file. Should I break it so that index.html only has table of content, and each deliverable is in another html file?

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Hi,

IMHO, i think what you have done is correct. Linking to each deliverable from index.html is the right way to make sure the examiner is able to get to the relavent section with ease instead of having many files.

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talu singh wrote: Each item in the TOC has anchor tag that goes to the relevant section on the index.html file
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What ever you choose to do (one html file with links to sections or with links to other files,) be sure to place a 'back' or 'index' link at the relevant place.
 
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I had different html pages but again it is upto you how you want to organize it. Make is easy for the assessor to see what he is looking for thats all.
 
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