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Voluntariado

Proyecto Hombre y voluntariado van de la mano. Los voluntarios son la base de nuestro trabajo.

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Hazte Socio

Para llevar a cabo todos estos programas de atención y prevención contamos con la colaboración de muchas instituciones y personas

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Que hacemos

Proyecto Hombre Murcia ofrece diferentes programas de tratamientos con el propósito de dar respuesta a las necesidades planteadas por diferentes perfiles de personas con problemas de adicción

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¿Necesitas Ayuda?

El primer paso que da una persona que tiene un problema es cuando se da cuenta de que lo tiene, por lo que ya estás en el camino de solucionarlo.

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Sean Thomas

Senior Designer

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Bennie Moran

Developer

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Nicholas Mitchell

Developer

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Nicholas Mitchell

Designer.

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Sean Thomas

Tester

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Bennie Moran

Senior Project Manager

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Nicholas Mitchell

Project manager

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Nicholas Mitchell

Community manager.

Module chrome is a term for PHP functions that provide some optional HTML markup in which the module code is placed. This is often called a wrapper for the module output.

Module chrome allows template designers to have a certain amount of control over the way the output from a Module is displayed in their template. Essentially, it consists of a small amount of predefined HTML which is inserted before, after, or around the output from each module, and which can then be styled using CSS. Module chrome is commonly used to provide borders around modules, especially with rounded corners, but it can be used for much more than that.

Module chrome is determined by using the 'style' attribute in the statement calling the module. For example, the following statement may be used in the index.php file of a template to insert the Modules in the 'user1' position and apply the 'custom' Module chrome:

<jdoc:include type="modules" name="user1" style="custom" />

It can be seen that the same Module chrome is applied to every Module in that position - in other words, if you want to have two Modules in a column, but want them to have different Module chrome, then they would need to be set up as two different 'positions' (e.g. 'user1' and 'user2').

The standard Joomla! 1.5+ package includes six default Module chrome styles. However, the flexibility of the template system means that you are not limited to these styles - it's very easy to create as many new styles as you want!

Reference: http://docs.joomla.org/Glossary

Extensible markup language that defines a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. XML files are used in Joomla for installation files, options, and JForm forms.

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