The following are problems that have not been resolved and will probably not be.
At times, you enter the tag as in [node:123 cck=title] and it is not converted by the filter.
There are 3 common reasons for this to append:
The 3rd one is certainly the most likely explanation once you made sure that the filter was effectively selected for that node. In many cases, it will be the missing ...
It is common to use the DefineFont2 tag in order to create an array of shapes later re-used to draw strings of text on the screen. This tag must be used whenever a DefineEditText references a font; and in that case it is suggested you include a full description of the font with layouts.
Moved the monolithic documentation to a multi-page hierarchical document that includes everything we had before plus many links, many terms attached to all pages (tags, English words.) And revision of most of the text for better English and clarification in some places.
Strengthen the formatting with CCK fields so all declarations look alike.
Broken up the actions from one large table to a set of pages.
The most common and simple geometric information are the object coordinates on the output screen. These are defined in TWIPs. There are 20 twips per pixels. Note that an embedded SWF file can be enlarged and/or reduced thus changing this basic scaling factor. To have exactly 20 twips per pixel you must ensure that the EMBED and/or OBJECT tags use a WIDTH and HEIGHT with exactly the same value as in the rectangle defined in the SWF header file divided by 20.
The original document by Steve Hollasch can be found at http://steve.hollasch.net/cgindex/coding/ieeefloat.html
Most of the tags will use sub-structures that are common to multiple tags. These are defined in the pages listed below.
PHP eFax is very popular and generates many questions from our customers and potential customers. We try to answer those questions on our website for a quick read from our users. You can always ask us additional questions by contacting us directly or by posting a comment on the FAQ page.
This is a quite interesting article which I thought I should share and keep a copy of!
Most of us, even if we can determine whether a piece of software (or hardware!) can be hacked, we just do not have the time to spend on testing each device we use to ensure that no hackers will be able to get it. We rely on the manufacturer to do that work for us.
This article shows that even though all manufacturers have protections, all are vulnerable! And that means your data is vulnerable on your cell phones... Hope this does not scare you too much!
Note by the way that those people who have plenty of ...
If you are using a WYSIWYG editor, it is not unlikely to add a <p> tag at the bottom with a character to make sure that you can place your cursor on that last line. The problem with that is it also adds a lot of space at the bottom of your header and footer in the CuteMenu.
The best is to turn off your WYSIWYG editor whenever you edit these nodes. Since only the administrator is likely to change the header and footer of the menus, it should be just fine.
MO Poll is a small module used in place of the Most recent poll block of the core. It extends the capabilities of the default poll block by selecting the most recent poll in link with your current page using the terms selected on your page and your polls.
The MO Poll module searches all the polls that have terms in common with the page being displayed. It works for nodes and taxonomy term pages. If no poll is found to correspond to the page or term being displayed, then a default action is taken: display the latest still active poll, display a randomly chosen poll or one of the latest polls defined as any one poll with no terms in common.