Roadmap Drawing Properties

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Roadmap cog.png Drawing Properties

Editing Drawing Properties - Sample from LCC Roadmap

Here you have access to detailed information and properties settings about each Roadmap drawing, as a whole - inclusive of all versions created for that drawing.

Read-Only Access for Drawing Properties at Other Organizations

Viewing the cog.png Drawing Properties page for Roadmap drawings maintained by other Organizations gives you access to certain "read-only" details about those drawings.

Understanding Drawing Properties within Your Organization

Within your Organization you have the permission to edit and access certain details about your drawings through the cog.png Drawing Properties page for each of your Organizations Roadmap drawings. This is what you will see:

  • A title bar confirming the Organization's abbreviation (such as "LCC" for "Lane Community College"), and the words "Career Pathways" followed by the assigned title for the drawing.
  • Approved Program Name: the ability to assign an Approved Program Name as the Occupation/Program drawing title. Once selected, the Oregon Skill Set will be automatically assigned.
NOTE: This has been done to help avoid typographical errors and maintain consistency in the roadmap titles. This list was taken directly from the Oregon Community College Viewbook of Approved Career and Technical Education Program, January 2009. As new programs are approved they will be added to this drop-down list.
  • Alternate Title: If the program name you need is "Not Listed" (in the approved drop-down list), you can manually type your desired program name here. In addition, you can override the display of the Approved Program Name in the drawing title bar with a customized title here.
  • Oregon Skill Set: if no Approved Program Name was selected, which automatically sets the skill set category, you can assign an applicable category from the provided drop-down menu of choices. NOTE: This will be displayed under the drawing title bar on the drawing canvas. Adjustments to your layout/design may be required.
Image:OregonSkillSet.png
  • Organization: the name of the Organization this drawing resides with.
  • OLMIS: whether or not this drawing is publicly accessible from selected OLMIS occupational reports. (See Linking to OLMIS Occupational Reports for more information.)

If the Roadmap Drawing is NOT Published

Only the following additional features will be accessible:

  • Links: "Publish a version to get the published links for this drawing."
  • Versions: details on each drawing version, such as:
  • Version # with link to wrench.png Version Settings
  • Who created and modified each version, and
  • Actions to
  • pencil.png Draw/Edit Version or picture.png View Version
  • magnifier.png Preview Version, or
  • page_copy.png Copy Version
  • Delete this drawing and remove all versions. (See Deleting Drawings for more information.)

If the Roadmap Drawing is Published

The following additional features will be accessible:

  • OLMIS: Only visible if a version has been published. This link_go.png Add Link feature allows you to make your Roadmap drawings publicly accessible on OLMIS and MyPathCareers.org. (See Linking to OLMIS Occupational Reports for more information.)
  • Embed Code: for embedding the graphical display of your published Roadmap version in a public website. (See Embedding Roadmaps & POST Views for more information.)
  • Using this code we are able to track links to embedded drawings, monitor how many visits they receive, and obtain the web page URL for where it has been embedded. Sample provided below:
 <div id="pathwaysContainer" style="width:100%; height:600px"></div>
 <script type="text/javascript" 
 src="http://oregon.ctepathways.org/c/published/609/embed.js">
 </script>
  • External Link: a direct link to the main external website embedding this Roadmap drawing. It will either display:
  • "We did not find any external links embedding this drawing.", or
  • a link.png link stating, "The primary URL is linked on external web pages such as OLMIS and MyPathCareers.org. To change, edit the URL above or select a URL from the list below."
  • Click the link.png link to open the URL in a new browser window or tab.
  • If the Web Tool detects an external link (from the embed code) we are able to share this link with outside resources such as OLMIS and MyPathCareers.org, to direct outside traffic to your community college pathways websites!
  • Once a Roadmap Drawing is linked with OLMIS Occupational Reports traffic from OLMIS will be directed to this website address instead of the Web Tool server.
  • Embed Views: a reference to how many web pages are embedding a particular Roadmap, and how many views it has received since being embedded. The URL identified by this link_break.png link icon indicates that this is the primary URL. This is the URL used in the External Link field, which is shared with OLMIS and MyPathCareers.org.
  • If the drawing has never been embedded, this message will be displayed:
  • "We did not find any external links embedding this drawing."
  • "This drawing is embedded on the following web pages."
  • HTML Link: a magnifier.png preview icon and URL hyperlink for the published version of the drawing. This will ALWAYS point to the currently published version.
  • PDF Link: a page_white_acrobat.png link to download an automatically generated PDF document of the published Roadmap. This link will always generate a PDF of the most currently published version, rendered identical to your embedded drawings or published HTML link. (See Print To PDF for more information.)
  • XML Link: without a specific purpose yet, this URL gives you a text-only view of the XML data that each roadmap is made up of.
  • Accessible Link: the URL for an ADA Compliant, text-only, view of the drawing, with hyperlink navigation for Roadmap content. This URL will ALWAYS link to the currently published version of the drawing.
  • Versions: details on each drawing version, such as:
  • Version # with link to wrench.png Version Settings
  • Who created and modified each version, and
  • Actions to
  • pencil.png Draw/Edit Version or picture.png View Version
  • magnifier.png Preview Version, or
  • page_copy.png Copy Version
  • Published versions are highlighted in tan, stamped with the word (Published) in parentheses beside the version number, and marked as report.png Published Version.
  • Delete this drawing and remove all versions. (See Deleting Drawings for more information.)

How to Edit an External Link

  • To change the default External Link URL:
  • Copy and paste, or manually edit the URL in the External Link field, and click Image:save.png, OR
  • Select a new primary URL from the Embed Views list below.
  1. The current primary URL is identified with this link_break.png link icon.
  2. To change, hover over mouse in the column title "Primary" and in the row for the desired URL. A link_go.png link icon will appear.
  3. Click the link_go.png icon to make your selection. The link_break.png will appear and identify your selection as the new primary URL, and the External Link URL field will reflect the new selection.

Refer to Version Settings for more information.