How to create a CCK formatter | manuee – Putting the puzzle together. CCK formatters are pieces of code that allow you to render a CCK field content how you want. In Drupal 6 this basicaly means a theme function. As an example, we will build a formatter for the field type 'nodereference'.
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Add a language switcher link to $primary_links Last updated October 31, 2007. Created by seanberto on October 31, 2007. Log in to edit this page. I'm posting this theming snippet that I added to page.tpl.php because it took me so long to debug, given the somewhat complex way that the translations.module api works. That's not a dig on the module - it's pretty amazing! Basically, I have a English/Spanish site and wanted to add a single menu item to my primary links that switches from English to Spanish and vice versa.
I love Cufon. It's easy, lightweight and fast. Cufon is scripts that embeds external font files in your webpage and it's gaining popularity rapidly. I see more and more implementations it mostly it just looks impressive. The headings on this site are also Cufon. Cufon your Drupal Theme in 4 Steps | SooperThemes
This article is also available in French from KolossalDrupal. There's an incredible amount of functionality that can be provided by the Views module, especially when it is combined with intelligent use of Node Reference fields. When you relate your site's nodes with Node Reference fields, these relationships can be easily leveraged to create some very useful views. I'm going to build a view for a sample music site. In the site, I have 3 related content types for "Band" nodes ("Black Eyed Peas", "Linkin Park", etc...), "Album" nodes ("Back in Black", "Bat Out of Hell", etc...), and "Events" (concerts, television appearances, etc...) Each of these content types has only the minimum fields to demonstrate the Views functionality that is the subject of this article. Using Views Relationships, Arguments, and Attachments
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Please be seated for my sermon. There's an evil force out there, and its responsible for the majority of failed websites. This force seduces you into focusing too much on questions like: "Is that the right shade of blue? Would a drop shadow make that element pop? Why do links have to look ugly, can't we tone them down so they bend in better with the design?" Nick Lewis: The Blog | Drupal, CSS, Web Development, and the Myriad Iconoclasts