Koumbit is (finally) holding another of our famous 5@7's! This time, we'll get out from behind our computers (really!) and explore the world of gardening.
There will be no experts on hand - except for you! Everyone is invited to share their knowledge, tips, stories, and practical hints in an open, friendly conversation.
I recently had a problem with both devel and devel themer: neither were printing any messages to the page. When I called dpm() my debugging messages didn't show up, and when I enabled the devel themer module the "Themer info" popup wasn't appearing on any page.
Montreal, March 29, 2013 - Several journalists have recently contacted Koumbit concerning the website valjalbert.ca.
Koumbit is a Web service provider established in Montreal in 2004, working primarily with non-profits and community groups.
Koumbit received a call on March 25th from a person associated with the Corporation of the Regional Park of Val-Jalbert. This person asked Koumbit to disclose the identity of a client who owns the domain valjalbert.ca, in order to send him a legal notice.
Koumbit is required by law to protect the personal data of its clients, except by order of the court. We therefore proposed to the representative of the Corporation of the Regional Park of Val-Jalbert take their contact information and to forward the message to our client. However, the person chose not to identify themselves.
Recently two clients wanted to have a left-column navigation menu which the user could hide or display using a link in the primary menu, one on a site with a theme based on Omega, and another using a theme based on AdaptiveTheme. It wasn't enough to call the jQuery function .toggle(), however, since by the time the page has been loaded the Omega base theme has already determined that the Sidebar First region has content and the width of the rest of the page elements have been determined accordingly. Fortunately, the Omega and AdaptiveTheme base themes use CSS classes to indicate which theme regions are active, and set the width of each region based on those classes. So, all we had to do was to swap the appropriate classes each time the we toggled the display of the menu.