A dilution means the solution obtained by adding a solvent to a concentrated solution. By adding the solvent the concentration of the dissolved substance is reduced.
An example of a solvent is water, which has the characteristic of reducing the concentration of many solutions.
An example of dilution can be the following: liquid soap concentrated in 500ml water is added in a ratio of 1:30. This means that we will use one part soap to 30 parts water.
The calculation formula is as follows:
Instructions for setting up the User Statistics module.
After installing the module the folowing parameters can be configured:
Custom title: this is a custom title that will be displayed at the top of the module.
If this field is left empty then nothing will be displayed.
Instructions for setting up the Animated Counter module.
The Custom title for module field displays a custom title other then the module title. This field is optional, can be left blank.
Radio selector field Activate the animation field no. x allows to display all the information assigned to the respective field.
The Select icon file field. With this field you can select which graphic file will be displayed togheter with the animation.