According to Microsoft's Raymond Chen, one of the reasons why the taskbar appeared at the bottom of the screen is due to programming errors caused by third-party applications. He explained the reason in this blog post on MSDN.
Before Windows 95, many Windows applications assumed that they could place their windows at the coordinates (0,0) located in the upper left corner of the screen. (The correct method is that the application first queries the operating system for the coordinate range in which the window can be safely placed.) So if the taskbar (which was introduced in Windows 95) was placed at the top of the screen for windows that are placed at the coordinate (0,0), the entire title bar (and part of the window content) falls under the task bar. In addition, it is difficult / impossible for the user to remove the window with the mouse only because the title bar is hidden.
Therefore, the taskbar was placed at the bottom of the screen so that these applications can continue to work before Windows 95.
As with iTerm and most other apps, the name of the app is displayed in the menu bar next to the Apple menu when it is run. This recently stopped for iTerm. I can start iTerm from the Dock or my application folder and it starts up, but it doesn't appear in the menu bar. Therefore, I cannot make any changes to the look or functionality of iTerm because there are no menus. Another app or Finder is running in its place. Below is an image of my screen, with my iTerm window active, but the name is not shown in the menu bar.
I restarted my computer and restarted iTerm. Neither helped.
As far as I know, you can use Code to enable expanding and collapsing in SharePoint navigation. The following articles describe how to use expand / collapse code for quick start in SharePoint, which may be useful for you.
Assign a label to each individual page within the hierarchy.
These labels should preferably match the title of the page
Provide context and help users identify exactly where they are
will be included in the site structure if you select a
Arrange the breadcrumbs in the order in which they appear in the site hierarchy. The first label is on the far left and the current level of the user is on the right. If the user penetrates deeper into a site, the breadcrumb list can be expanded by one line with each new page.
When the user moves back through the breadcrumbs from a lower level
Then the labels should no longer exist in the list, whereby the current position of the user is always shown as the last bread crumb.
Breadcrumbs are also used to track the current position of the user
They should not be present in the hierarchy of the application or website
on the homepage or the highest point within the site hierarchy.
If you have an e-commerce shop and a user is on a microwave page, the breadcrumb trail structure shows the main categories that lead to the page and back to the home page in the correct order of page appearance. So the users / viewers find the bread crumb something like
This trail is usually based on the specific folder structure in the site's backend system. The user can go to any side of the trail by clicking on the text.
For example, if you want to go to home appliances, you can go there directly by clicking the "home appliances" link on the breadcrumb path. If you want to go to the homepage, you can go there directly by clicking on the “Home” link on the Breadcrumb Trail. etc..
In your case, write down the entire site structure and then try to figure out the information architecture. This will help you a bit more to implement the breadcrumbs.
I want to add a new custom menu item to the WordPress admin sidebar that displays pages that use a specific template. For example, a group of pages that uses the Retailer Sendout template (page-Retailer-sendout.php) is displayed under the top-level Standard Pages menu item.
I've tried the following URL combinations, but none of them have worked so far.
I've also tested some plugins to customize the admin menu, but they don't offer a way to create links to pages with a specific template name.
I'm happy with adding a custom function to the theme's functions.php file, but I don't know where to start.
No, not by itself. The functionality of the token filter module adds a token Input filter on text formats in Drupal. The only field types that text formats can use are the 3 Text (formatted) Field types, not the shortcut Field type.
One can only speculate about the solution to the comment you refer to. Text formats / input filters enable HTML input to be filtered for the presentation. It would be an unusual scenario to apply this to a link field.