[development] Two module ideas

Nancy Wichmann nan_wich at bellsouth.net
Wed Dec 16 23:23:02 UTC 2009

Very close, Ken, but no cigar. But I wonder if I can borrow your API.

Nancy E. Wichmann, PMP 
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On #2, we have menu_node_views() in dev that might help.


And menu block might already handle that. We've built similar things
in Panels with Menu Block panes.


- Ken

On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 11:32 AM, Nancy Wichmann <nan_wich at bellsouth.net>
> Okay, in keeping with recent sentiments expressed on this list, here are
> module ideas:
> 1.    Longer site slogan – My current customer wanted a slogan longer than
> 128 characters (yes, there is a good reason). Rather than doing a simple
> core hack, I wrote a simple little module that uses hook_form_alter() to
> change it. I actually already have this done; it’s just so simple that I
> can’t see contributing it as a separate module. Since I am a maintainer on
> both Helpers and Util, I thought about them, but it really doesn’t fit
> either very well. I’m sure there is at least one other Drupaller who will
> need this some time or another, so I’d like to find a better place
> 2.    This customer wants drop down menu tabs and the theme’s Suckerfish
> menus work fine for this. However, they would prefer that the menu tab not
> point to the first page in the menu tree. In searching DO, I didn’t like
> solution to the “menu no-link” problem. What I would prefer, and am
> to start writing, is a little module that provides a page (not a block)
> shows the tree structure of that menu item (title and description). Before
> spend too much time, does anyone do this already or know of a module I
> didn’t find?
> Nancy E. Wichmann, PMP
> (781) 697-6344
> Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. -- Dr. Martin L.
> Jr.

Ken Rickard
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