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Thread began 9/30/2011 9:52 am by shaun.andrews | Last modified 10/01/2011 4:32 pm by toms016390756 | 632 views | 1 replies |

shaun.andrews

File Layout

Just purchased Form Toolkit (purely for captcha) and wanted to say that I love how it appears that all new extension files will be now placed in the 'webassist' folder

Small thing, but it REALLY helps with back end layout/design to know what files belong where and to have a 'tidy' layout.

My wish would be for an optional update for all earlier extensions to put all their files in this folder rather than all over the place! I doubt this would happen but wanted you to know how important it is to keep this layout going forward. We should have the option on where to store css / php and spry files etc..

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toms016390756

I think they are working on getting all the extensions more organized together, but I don't know how this would effect the older versions…



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