Within CSS, images are naturally inline elements, which mean they sit inline of the text unless prompted otherwise. The Vertical Align property is able to alter where the text lines up to with a number of values: bottom, middle and top (there are some more, but they are not needed for now).
The British Council's English Online - built by Brightlemon - was recently featured on the home page of Dries Buytaert's website http://buytaert.net/british-council-using-drupal. This site now has over 110,000 registered users (as of October 2009) and receives over 14 million page impressions per month. Surely this is a good advert for Drupal as a large social networking platform...!
In one of our projects we were required to create repeating content on a drupal site. That means that there were pages on the site that had exactly the same content, but they were at different locations. It was a requirement that the client edits only 1 page and the other pages had to update automatically. We have discussed several methods to achieve this functionality until we found the easiest option: clone the node via a drupal function. So here's how we did it: Create a new content type and name it as you wish (we used "repeating content" so editors won't get confused).
If you want to create a site like YouTube there is an easy way to do this using open source software. The following things are necessary to start a video site:
By Jessie Wang
Normally when we want to change the contents in a Flash (.swf) file - even something small like a text change - we need to open the source (.fla) file and apply our changes then re-publish the .swf file. There is a simpler way to change content in Flash. By using the LoadVars function, we can easily load an external text file to flash. When we need to change the text, we can just edit the text file instead.
News of the first 'Shine Week' national schools festival has been featured in broadcasts on the UK's main TV stations, on shows such as Breakfast on BBC1 and This Morning on ITV1.
The festival, showcasing the talents of the nation's children and promoting the encouragement and nurturing of the talents of young people, relies very heavily on the social networking website www.shineweek.co.uk which was designed and built by Brightlemon.