The following features are available only when installing the Rules extension of protected nodes. This extension requires the thrid party Rules extension for Drupal.
When handling a Node, it is possible to check whether the node is currently protected or locked.
A node is said protected when the node was protected by a password using the Protected node module.
Whether the user can view that node is irrevelant in this case. Only the fact that the node requires a password to be viewed is what this condition checks.
The password form is very simple. It includes one field for users to enter the node password and an OK button.
When the browser of the user sent us a referrer, then the Protected node module adds a Cancel link back to that referrer. Using the global settings, you can force a Cancel link to always be there. When no referrer is available, the Cancel link will send your users to your home page.
The title, information, description and title over the
The jsMath module is now a filter. By default, the filter detects all the delimiters as defined by the jsMath library. This includes \( ... \), \[ ... \], $$ ... $$, $ ... $. It also supports the tag like syntax with [math], [/math] and [display], [/display].
The [math] tag, parenthesis and single dollar sign generate an inline math equation. This means the result is saved in a <span> tag.
Since version 1.1, the To Do List module includes a few module_invoke() calls that other modules can catch via one of the following hooks.
Go to Administer » Site building » Modules and click on To Do Views to install the Views extension for the To Do module.
This module requires the installation of the 3rd party Views module.
This page documents the usage of the To Do List module to end users (i.e. not how to install and setup the module, but how to create To Do List items, share them, mark them started/finished, etc.)
For administrative information check out the To Do List module help.
To Do List is a Drupal module allowing users to create lists of things to do. A small project management system if you wish.
The permission model makes the To Do Items hidden but to the few who are given the right to see the To Do List. This is quite useful to work with Organic Groups and other similar advanced Drupal features.
The following pages explain how to use this module to its full extend. With the use of some other modules, it is possible to build a quite robust project system. ...
The Insert node tag syntax is:
[node:<name of node> <parameters>]
The <name of node> can either be
The original document by Steve Hollasch can be found at http://steve.hollasch.net/cgindex/coding/ieeefloat.html
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