Drupal Flexifilter Mediawiki example hack

You like drupal flexifilter mediawiki syntax, but dislikes it links to wikipedia instead of your site?


and change the wikipedia occurences to your site path!

When the module is installed now, you can got to

and change wikipedia entries in the hiearchy of filter commands.

it's a bit fiddling to find it... something like

Drupal Menu Translation

I had a strange issue with drupal menu translation:

After adding a translation of a page, and set it to state "published", the english _and_ german_ page was shown in my primary links field - while I expected it to be shown only the one for my current language.

This can be solved by installing the i18n/internationalization module and enabling it and it's menu translation option. With the default it should be all good - if not, things cna be adjusted, for example in admin/settings/i18n.

Drupal freelinking

About to add freelinking support to my new drupal system - it should enable me creating links to pages by writing wiki-style links.

Everything a bit confusing, the INSTALL file points to menu items that do not exist as written.

You really have to enable freelinking in the menu admin/settings/filters by going to the "configure" link of each content type that should have freelinking links.

After I did that, I get working links - but only when I'm logged in.

Layout-switching in drupal zen subtheme

I just did somethign wrong when creating my own drupal theme by makin a subtheme of the zen theme from the STARTERKIT:

I copied the file layout-fixed as it is without changing it's name to layout.css - which seems to be what you have to do, and what the nice helper script does.

But I want to be able to change between the fixed and the liquid setting in the admin menu.
How can I do that?

I add this to theme-settings.php:

$form['themedev']['zen_layout'] = array(
'#type' => 'radios',
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