[[PageOutline(2-5,Contents,pullout)]] = Add link to the user's home page == Description Ever wonder why Trac doesn't link to the user's home page from the first `metanav` "logged in as" item? Of course you could do this sort of thing with [http://genshi.edgewall.org/ Genshi], something I'm still trying to wrap my head around and, frankly, I'm not a big fan of these XML/XSLT-based [http://genshi.edgewall.org/wiki/Documentation/xml-templates.html templating languages]. Since Trac loads [http://jquery.com/ jQuery], I thought, why not let the browser do some of the work? You might think, since you are parsing the DOM and checking for certain attributes and values, won't your code break if Trac changes something in the future? While this concern certainly has some merit, it's essentially the same as a Python/Genshi approach by manipulating the page on the fly. This hack has no repository or download link and offers only a code snippet. This goes in your site.html template and it does use Genshi template markup. === Javascript code implementation {{{#!java ${select('*')} }}} == Bugs/Feature Requests Existing bugs and feature requests for LoggedInScript are [query:status!=closed&component=LoggedInScript&order=priority here]. If you have any issues, create a [/newticket?component=LoggedInScript new ticket]. [[TicketQuery(component=LoggedInScript&group=type,format=progress)]] == Recent Changes [[ChangeLog(loggedinscript, 3)]] == Author/Contributors '''Author:''' [wiki:dwclifton] [[BR]] '''Maintainer:''' [[Maintainer]] [[BR]] '''Contributors:''' [http://ejohn.org/ John Resig]