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ber at webschuur.com
Sun Nov 20 08:32:49 UTC 2005
is still there. I got there after testing a few different menu structures with
several clients. This one seemed most logaical to all.
"Configure Note 2
Part is where all the personal settings go. It is a top level menu entry, but
can be made into a separate block very easy. All the top level items can.
Op zaterdag 19 november 2005 23:52, schreef Adrian Rossouw:
> On 20 Nov 2005, at 12:36 AM, Neil Drumm wrote:
> > Adrian Rossouw wrote:
> >> 3) I am putting personal links (my account, my journal, my inbox
> >> (n) etc.) into the secondary links, which are placed to the top
> >> right of the header. [ anything that is personal space ]
> > I'd like to keep the 'my account' and 'logout' links in the user
> > login block for it's logged in state. Copies of these links would
> > remain as suggested menu items.
> What if you don't use the login block.
> I think a seperate menu for anything relating to the current user is
> all that's needed, but it can be placed wherever you want with
> regions (in the secondary links location, or in one of the sidebars
> for what you are looking for)
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