click on the column to highlight the entire column of item numbers go to "Edit" then to "Find and Replace" enter a period and an asterik ".*" into the search for area to search for everything (quotes not needed) enter any characters to be the prefix followed by an ampersand "&" (quotes not needed) select "More options" for expanded options makes sure "current selection only" and "regular expressions" are checked if in a column, search direction will be rows and vice versa. select "REPLACE ALL"
Paste this code into your custom module and your results of simple core search will be filtered by current language.  
Enable Error Reporting Although it may be turned off on commercial hosts and production sites (for good reason, so that users do not see the errors), these errors are one of your best tools for troubleshooting. To enable error reporting, temporarily edit your index.php file (normally located in your root directory) directly after the first opening PHP tag (do not edit the actual file info!) to add the following: <?php error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set('display_errors', TRUE);
ini_set('display_startup_errors', TRUE);
This (uc_post_affiliate_pro) is a module providing affiliate functionality for Ubercart for Drupal and Post Affiliate Pro application. Module prints click tracking and sale tracking codes. It shows screens of sales, affiliates, reports, payouts using PapAPi. All needed computing do external Post Affiliate Pro installation.   Who is this module for? - for merchants (e-shop owners) who use Drupal and Ubercart - for everybody who wants increase income of his e-shop with affiliates using Post Affiliate Pro Why? - because it’s easy - it brings low fees and high effect - brings you clients that you didn’t have before 
The display of CCK fields is handled by the file content-field.tpl.php which is in the foldersites/all/modules/cck/theme. To override the display of a specific CCK field, the system will look for the format content-field-field_name.tpl.php in your theme directory.
If you want to print block in node (node.tpl.php) or page template, you can use following functions: module_invoke <?php $block = module_invoke('views', 'block', 'view', 'related_content-block_1'); print '<h3>'.$block['subject'].'</h3>'; // block title print $block['content']; // block - view content ?>if you need to apply some arguments to show view you can use this code: views_embed_view


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