Re: drupal 7 questions

Hi,

You should be able to assign your blocks to the "Disabled" region, when a block 
is not displayed the remaining blocks in that region move to take its place.


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On 2011-03-14, at 7:13 AM, Florian-achtige wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> Thank you for that. THe first question is answered now :D I am not
> totally clear yet on the second though. When i go to the blocks page,
> i see them listed, with a list to choose where the block should
> appear, but no option to turn it off completely. When i go into '
> Configure'  the only way i can think of to get rid of it is to tell it
> to only appear at specific pages, only to not list any pages. But i
> guess there's an easier way for that.
> I can't make much sense of the tabs in that window either ...Sorry I
> know it's kind of newbie questions I am asking but I want to
> understand this stuff first before I go on. Also, if I turn off a
> block what happens to the freed up space? I have no sight at all so I
> can't really see whats going on ...
> 
> Florian
> 
> 2011/3/14, E.J. Zufelt <lists@xxxxxxxxx>:
>> Good morning,
>> 
>> 1. For table drag you can enable the accessible alternative by activating
>> the "Show row weights" link that appears before any table that supports
>> dragging.
>> 
>> 2. You can rearrange and disable blocks (search login) in blocks
>> administration.  You can change the settings for primary and secondary links
>> on menu > settings.
>> 
>> HTH,
>> Everett Zufelt
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>> On 2011-03-14, at 5:00 AM, Florian-achtige wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi listers,
>>> 
>>> I have a couple of questions on drupal 7 if it's alright... I guess
>>> I'll just fire away :D
>>> 
>>> - First, I heard there was an accessible alternative in drupal 7 for
>>> the drag-and-drop interfaces. Are these enabled by default or do i
>>> need to modify something first?
>>> - I want to get rid of the login form, search form, and perhaps the
>>> secondary menu for now for one of my pages. Just the primary menu, a
>>> header, block of text and then a footer. What would be the easiest way
>>> to accomplish this, and will it leave gaping holes in my website once
>>> I have killed off those blocks?
>>> 
>>> Thanks a lot,
>>> Florian
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