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i meen, you have
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- ABSI Calculator
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- Something like
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Here's a menu navigation use case that I run into all the time:
"A click on a top level item in a menu should redirect to it's first child."
For example, if this is Primary Links:
Then if I click on About I should be taken to the Overview page.
This is possible in Drupal 6 - you can create two menu links that point to the same node. If you create one of the menu links via the node edit form, D6 will even remember which one it is (Drupal 5 would get confused).
Because we ran out of sweet vermouth?
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I have a client who wants an exposed filter but, instead of having a select drop down, would like to replace it with a set of links.
This is not an uncommon use case, and there are some existing examples on how to do this. It's pretty easy, since views will read a value for the exposed filter from a query string.
But what if your exposed filter form is in a block? Exposed filter forms in blocks only work if you enable AJAX for the exposed filter, and the ajax dynamically replaces the contents of the block with the results of your selection.
We got a decent recording of the 3/12 concert and posted it it to archive.org.
Adam turned me on to another alcoholic seder. The creators of The Sipping Seder seem to have put a lot more thought into the ritual, recipes, and design of their haggadah. The Liquid Seder is probably still more likely to permanently blind you. Which is what passover is all about?
The standard recipe for quinoa ends up too watery and you have to drain it sometimes. This one is fluffier (but slower)
It looks like this is set to become a fantastically popular business book of some kind.
Looking at both the article, and the site, I had a nagging feeling of emptiness and so I decided to be mean and unpack the article in the least charitable way possible.
I was looking for a non-gendered version of the word seminal, but couldn't really find anything. Please leave any suggestions in the comments, but I got sidetracked by something I think is more interesting.
The word seminal comes from "seed". And seeds aren't gendered at all - they contain male and female gametes and have the potential to grow into a full thing.
Adapted from The New Vegetarian Epicure
one tray of brownies (16 - 24)