Using default views in your module | Views online help Views can be stored in the database, which is typical of smaller sites and hobby sites. However, Views may also be stored directly in the code as "default" views, (which simply means they're available by default). Modules often come with views that are specific to the module data, but it's also possible -- and highly recommended -- that sites which have separate "development" and "production" sites export their views into default views in a site-specific module. This makes it very easy to transfer views from dev to production without making database changes. Creating a module First, create a directory in sites/all/modules for your new module.
Tutorial - Building a multi-language site The following steps are for those who want to have a simple site available in different languages. The goal is to have content translated to two or more languages and the visitor to be able to choose any of them. Also, the menus must follow the selection. I have tested the result with content types page and story. I don't know what happens with forum, for example. I hope this helps you.
swffit (formerly know as FitFlash) is a smart script that resizes your flash movie automatically if your browser window size is smaller or greater than your flash minimum desired size keeping it accessible independent of screen resolution. IMPORTANT: This project isn't being activelly maintained anymore and needs contributors, use it with care and make sure you read these notes and check the issues list. Each swffit version release consumes an absurd amount of time since I need to do regression tests on many different browsers and on different platforms and there is no reliable way to automate these tests (need to rescale the browser in diffent ways, check positioning, different options, etc...) swffit - Smart Flash Resize Script