In the event you missed them, I took a couple stabs at some email tutorials. The intent was to provide enough understanding to get you pointed in the right directions rather than get 'er done copy/pasta recipes. Hence, they may or may not be the droids you're looking for:
I want to browse two tags topics in one page, which url should i put ?
For example tags are
Now we know we can separately browse two with following urs
But i want to filter the topics with both tags
i tried something like
but none of them work.
is there anyway i can filter topics with two or more tags ?
I was just going to let you take most of the credit. It's still your plugin, and you helped me make the modifications. I'm working on a new modification now, though. I'm trying to get the presentations to embed into an area of the user's profile.
Right now, I'm testing it with the Fullname field on the profile, by entering the URL of the presentations (instead of a human name) and seeing if it parses into an embedded slide show.
Would this be easy to accomplish? If not, are there any hints you could give me @a_5mith ?
So far, I've edited the library.js file and replaced data.post and data.post.conent with data.fullname and data.fullname.content. I've also tried changing the hook in plugin.js from:
@vatsal Yes I'm sure "folder-name" : "public/folder-name" means you can use /plugins/your-theme-name/folder-name/whatever
The first parameter correspond to the name that will be used after theme-name/folder, while second parameter means this alias points to path.
That's a shame, really, because Outlook (and Outlook Express) was just so terrible at managing email. I got my parents switched off of that years ago though, so haven't looked at Thunderbird since.
These days nearly everyone uses web mail. Whether it is Zimbra or OWA, the quality of webmail has gotten so good that rarely do you want to do anything else except on your mobile devices. And if you want to go offline, Exchange uses to expect to go to Outlook and Zimbra has its own client too. The number of "working offline on non-mobile devices IMAP users" are dwindling. Thunderbird and Evolution cover that gap pretty well.