I have always had a bit of a blind spot when it comes to CSS positioning we are lucky to have Sinead our very own CSS ninja for whom CSS positioning holds no terror, but sometimes I feel the need to stand on my own two feet when helping to build clients' websites to Shane & Sinead's exacting designs.
[b]Q:[/b] How can you easily specify an alternative page template to be used when displaying a node of a particular content type in Drupal 6?
[b]A:[/b] Use the [url=http://drupal.org/project/node_page]Node Template[/url] module, supply an alternative page template file in your target theme folder and configure your content type to use this new template.
Drupal training event, founded in the style of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BarCamp]BarCamp.
While there are some differences (DrupalCamp does more pre-planning on the sessions), they have the common goal of bringing people together in an environment that is accessible to everyone.
Here is a very hand list of SEO best and worst practices for designing a high traffic site; a handy check list:
Myself and Sinéad are taking a break from web design for a week, we're swapping Cork for sunny (hopefully!) Portugal.
While we're unwinding please contact Kev with any inquiries on 087-2236429
The BBC seems to be expecting heavy rain in Lisbon tomorrow ... em, which is not great! (that's as nice as i can put it!)
Here is a gas site that will attempt to determine whether a given web site is running drupal - it's not fool-proof but is good fun:
It works by checking one of the HTTP headers as described here: