[development] kudos to Steven, and how to get rid of the resizing JS.

Gabor Hojtsy gabor at hojtsy.hu
Thu Jan 5 20:14:11 UTC 2006

> Yes. So do i think. Apparantly this is not the common idea, though.
> * Drupal itself has APIs for nice AJAX and DHTML stuff
> * Drupal itself does NOT use them. Not by default
> * A theme can implement autofills, resizers, CoolHoverEffects, 
> StuffWeNeedBecauseWordpressHasIt and so on. 
> * A theme can also not implement these and then ship with the core defaults, 
> wich is, no AJAX DHTML stuff.

Well, now it is the other way around. Drupal does provide these cool
stuff, and a theme does have the option to disable these cool stuff. It
is just that you need to write some theme code to disable this, not that
it is not possible, or that it needs core patching or whatever magic.


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