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Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content Menu Items. It is set in the Menu Item: [Edit] screen under the "Parameters (Advanced)" section. This will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in this specific Menu Item layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

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

 

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New guidelines on HIV self-testing released

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Lack of effective HIV diagnosis has grossly hampered the fight against HIV, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said. Consequently, as the World Aids Day is observed today, the WHO, has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing aimed at improving access to and uptake of HIV diagnosis

In a special report released Tuesday, 29th November, 2016, reveals that more than 18 million people with HIV are currently taking ART



 

Preterm Births in Kenya - World Prematurity Day 2016

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As the world observes the World PreMaturity Day, KEMRI is one of the Institutions in Kenya participating in the Preterm Birth Initiative research alongside other partners in East Africa in collaboration with PTBi University of California San Francisco (PTBi UCSF).

The World Pre-Maturity Day is observed annually on 17th, November to raise awareness of PreTerm births and the concerns of pre-term babies and their families worldwide.Dr. Phelgona Otieno, a Principle Research Officer and a Pediatrician at Center for Clinical Research- KEMRI in Nairobi, Kenya is the Principal Investigator



 

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KEMRI has six (6) Main Programmes aligned to the KEMRI Strategic Master plan and the Vision 2030.

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The 7th KASH Conference, scheduled for February 8th-10th, 2017, Nairobi.

KEMRI Milestones



KEMRI has developed immense capacity in carrying out world class research through development of infrastructure and human capacity

Ebola Virus

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Researchers at the Kemri-wellcome trust in Kilifi Kenya have completed the enromllment in a trial of a vaccine designed to protect against ebola.