On the road again
This slideshow uses a JQuery script adapted from Pixedelic
This is a bridge
This bridge is very long

JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.JHtml::_() expects its first parameter to be a string of period-separated values representing a class prefix (optional), a file name, and a method, in that order. When only a filename and method are provided, as seen in the first example below, the prefix defaults to "JHtml" and the resolved class name will consist of "JHtml<filename>." The filename segment of $key is used to find the file in which the class and method are defined among whatever include paths have been attached to the static JHtml class using JHtml::addIncludePath. The "/libraries/joomla/html/html" folder is attached to the JHtml class by default when "/libraries/joomla/html/html.php" is included, but other paths can be added, making the functionality of _ extensible.

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