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Q: How can I remove the 'You have already submitted this form. View your previous submissions' message from my webform?
A: There is no setting to get rid of this message, however it can be quite easily removed by overriding: theme_webform_view_messages() in your theme.
Here is a handy way of removing the (sometimes) annoying webforms message - 'You have already submitted this form. View your previous submissions', see comment #11 by kees@qrios, here:
Are you thinking of quitting Facebook? Quite a few people seem to be annoyed at Facebook advertising to them! (imagine! Trying to make some revenue from providing a service, the cheek of it!), others are uneasy with the privacy issues.
We have a simple rule of thumb: You don't want the world to see something? Then don't post it on the internet! Especially not on a Social Networking website! There are plenty of secure photo sharing sites out there if you want to password protect your holiday snaps.
Q: How do I remove or delete the forum container entries from the 'Forums:' dropdown on the 'New Topic' form? If a user chooses a forum container rather than an actual forum and then tries to create a post an error message like 'The item [Container Name] is only a container for forums. Please select one of the forums below it.' is displayed - this is really annoying the client!
Q: How do I get the 'display id' ($display_id) of a view display so that I can pass it to
views_embed_view() when programmatically showing a view?
A: View display ids follow a pattern like page_1, page_2, block_1, block_2 etc., depending on the display type - they do not follow the display's title (I spent a lot of time trying to plug in variations of the display name with no success!) The documentation for
views_embed_view() does not explain what the display id is or where it comes from....
In this gloomy climate it's great to see some good news - and the Irish Times reports here that Google has seen a sharp rise in its profits for the first quarter of this year - more evidence they say that the online advertising and technology sectors are bouncing back from the recession. It seems that revenue rose 28% which is the the biggest rate of growth since the third quarter of 2008.
Q: How do I change the very LOUD
<H3> Location title in a node view to something more suitable?
A: This can be easily changed through theming by copying locations.tpl.php to your theme folder, editing it and clearing the theme cache.