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A Dobe Design: D4rk


This theme is modified off of Basic from Raincity Studios. The project is motivated from the lack of a theme on the Webdobe website. Which I plan to use for my personal blog/contact/freelance site. As well as to develop open source themes for the Drupal Community. Hope you enjoy my first contribution check back to for the latest and greatest of my releases!


D4rk 1.0 : Beautiful dark blue and red design with centered fixed width layout , a right sidebar , a nice image header and of course, valid XHTML/CSS. ). I used a few creative ideas from Adobe's website.

Maintained by

Jesse "dobe" Longacre - TextCo Media

Block Regions

  • Right sidebar contains 4 block regions: Top Sidebar, Left Sidebar, Right Sidebar, Bottom Sidebar.
  • Header and footer block regions
  • Banner block regions
  • Top and bottom content block regions


  • Tableless design
  • Fixed width layout
  • 2 columns with single right sidebar
  • I also included a CONTACT CARD (weird idea I had, basically it repeats the site name, slogan and implements the footer-message in it).
  • Customized search box
  • Site name
  • Site slogan
  • Mission statement
  • Top search box
  • Primary Links
  • Secondary Links
  • Utilizes Basic's block configure links, and float classes!
  • W3C Valid XHTML 1.0 strict and CSS 2.1
  • Cross-browser compatibility (IE7, Opera, Safari, and Firefox) **IE6 not currently supported Due to transparencies**

Hope this theme will be another interesting choice for those who like few graphics, tableless and valid xhtml/css design. I will be back porting this theme to Drupal 5.x as soon as I work out all the kinks. If you would like to receive updates about theme releases and upgrades sign up for my newsletter!

Project Information

  • Maintenance status: Unknown
  • Development status: Unknown
  • Downloads: 5,260
  • Last modified: 1 December 2014
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