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Drupal 6: Different Page Templates for different Content Types

Given the flexibility of Drupal, a different page template depending on the Content Type is not very demanding. The good news is, it is very much possible. The bad news is you may have to struggle like me to find the simplest, neatest and working method to achieve it.

Reading the documentation and Googling would result in many methods – some are confusing, some are not so neat and others apply to earlier versions of Drupal. Following is my favourite method to setup different page templates, depending on the Content Type, in Drupal 6. Read the rest of this entry »

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Twitter Updates for 2009-06-12

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Chrome – The Google Web Browser

Pros (so far)

  1. Easy installation
  2. Sleek top menu bars give more real estate to the web pages
  3. Shows thumbnails of most visited pages as the default page
  4. Less configuration options
  5. Robust Incognito window (porn mode)

Cons (so far)

  1. Not available for Linux
  2. No built-in RSS reader
  3. Limited configuration options
  4. MS Silverlight based applications do not work
  5. Cannot leverage the plethora of Firefox plugins

After lots of news and attention since yesterday, Google’s very own web browser called Chrome is finally available for download now, but only for Windows.

To start with, since I’m on Linux (Fedora 9), the download page http://www.google.com/chrome, did not show me a download link but instead prompted me to subscribe (with my E-mail) to get alerted when Chrome is available for Linux.

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