Category: Template articles Published on Monday, 17 January 2011 06:47 Written by Super User
Internet Explorer 6 is on the way out, but there is still a significant number of users that are stuck to this browser. According to this, we decided that our templates are going to support IE 6 slightly. By dint of the "IE6 Bar" plug-in, available in templates menu options, users can apply the upper bar in their IE browser to keep them informed that Internet Explorer can not display the
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Category: Template articles Published on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 09:08 Written by Super User
Joomla! offers three different types of messages. Creatings standard information about Joomla! system is presented depending on a message type as follows:
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Category: Menu types Published on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 16:12 Written by Super User
Our template supports three menu types:
Each of these menus has different characteristic. It is important to know that in order to gain an additional functionality offered by "GK menu", a user has to install a plug-in which can be found in the rest-files package of a particular template.
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Category: News Published on Thursday, 01 May 2014 19:29 Written by Inquirer.net
MANILA, Philippines—When they reconvene next week, senators will attempt to determine if the 10-year Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (Edca) between the Philippines and the United States requires the concurrence of the Senate—the nation’s treaty-ratifying body.
The senators said they expected the deal, signed on Monday hours before the arrival of US President Barack Obama for a two-day state visit, to top the agenda of any caucus once Congress resumes its sessions on Monday.
Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano said he would seek a consensus on the agreement that grants the United States “unimpeded,” rent-free access to certain areas in Philippine military bases two decades after the shutdown of Clark Air Base and Subic Bay Naval Base—Washington’s largest overseas military facilities.
“Of course the allies of the President would want it to be part of the VFA (Visiting Forces Agreement), so there’s no need for the Senate to concur. But traditionally, the Senate wants to uphold its power and will insist that it exercise its sovereign power,” Cayetano said by phone.
He believed that the Edca constitutes a treaty requiring Senate ratification. He said the terms of the Edca indicated that the United States would enjoy the same if not more privileges than it did in the previous military bases agreement, which the Philippine Senate refused to renew in 1991 after more than half a century.
Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014 19:38