Themes allow you to change the look and feel of your Drupal site. You can use themes contributed by others or create your own to share with the community. Contributed themes are not part of any official release and may not have optimized code/functionality for your purposes.
You can also create a sub-theme of an existing theme. A sub-theme inherits a parent theme's resources. Read more about Sub-theme structure and inheritance.
You can also view a full index of themes listing only their titles.
This is a modified port of the Wordpress theme Arras to Drupal. It's not a complete port because some elements of Arras didn't translate well to Drupal so changes had to be made. This theme is suited to magazine or hobbyist websites.
2 or 3 columns
6 colour schemes
Inbuilt dropdown menus x2 (no other changes or dependencies necessary).
Pro / Professional Theme for Drupal is a responsive theme built on clean HTML5 markup and extensible CSS classes and ID's for unlimited theming possibilities
It has content first (top-down) load order for improved SEO.
The header images etc can easily be changed from Theme settings page to use the theme for Business, Corporate or any other purposes or type of website.
Professional Theme for Drupal
Professional / Corporate Design
Mobile Friendly / Responsive out-of-the-box
Multiple Colors (with Color Module Support)
Configurable Header Image
Configurable Background Image
1 column, 2 columns or 3 Columns layout
Clean HTML5 structure with extensible CSS classes and ID's for unlimited theming possibilities
Black Blog is a 2 column layout theme with a slide show developed and designed by Zyxware Technologies.This theme is based on 960 Grid System. Black Blog is well suited professional theme for corporate, business, personal, or blogs.
The theme has been tested in Firefox 14.0, Google Chrome 21.0, Chromium 18.0 (all in Ubuntu). The theme is fully XHTML1.0 and CSS compliant. Let us know the compatibilities in other browsers and we can update the list here.
Twilight is an original recolorable theme for Drupal 5.x and 6.x
Dark base color with light color text
Recolorable theme (like Garland theme) using color module.
Many original color schemes are prepared.
Supports both 2 column and 3 column layout.
Supports both liquid and fixed width layout. It can be easily switched and configured at the theme setting page.
Five optional silhouette images are included for the header background. They can be switched at the theme setting page.
It is tested with Firefox, IE-7, Opera and Safari.
To change the color scheme or customize colors, you need to use the public file system.
To use custom theme settings with Drupal 5.x, you need to install Theme Settings API module. http://drupal.org/project/themesettingsapi
About OpenID icon (with Drupal 6.x)
The default OpenID login icon image comes with Drupal 6.x is created for light background color, and it looks funny on a dark background color like this theme. You can download a better OpenID icon image from my web site at http://en.pixture.com/drupal/themes/twilight
Please read the intrsuction there when you download it.
Tendu - A Wireframe BiDi Theme for Developers [Looking for a new tag line, any ideas?] Sponsored by Linnovate
Tendu is the sum of my 5 years experience in HTML and CSS development for Bi-Directional websites, 2 of them using Drupal.
It was born from the lack of a light, stable, table-less and cross-browser theme that support RTL and BiDi layout "out of the box".
Tendu has a lot of the useful features that can be found in other "Starter themes" like Zen (I copied or re-wrote some of Zen's features, some good implementations there) but is much less complicated and bloated then these themes, though a bit less friendly for the non-professional user.
Help me improve Tendu
I am aware that changing Tendu 2.1 to your needs is not that simple if you are not a CSS professional.
Please, test Tendu and post issues about anything that bugs you in this release,
I can't make it better if I don't know what the users think of it.
Fly Flower is born from the idea of gentle and uplifting designing. Built on Bootstrap theme base so Fly Flower theme should good work on all devices such as desktop, laptop, tablet, phablet and mobile. Fly Flower matching with website is the blog, corporate, organization or school. Here is the demo. If you need to support, please go to the theme home page.
Lightweight. Responsive. Mobile-first. Content-first. HTML5. Square Grid theme provides a framework for your page layout ... and that's it. It incorporates responsive design settings to present usable layouts for mobile and desktop. That's it. We want your theme to load quickly, with as little grid framework css as possible.
The Square Grid has some nice advantages over other grids:
Flexibility: Its 35-column breakdown of space allows great flexibility in grid selection, including popular favorites 6-, 9- and 12-column grids, as well as Golden Ratio layouts.
Resizability: Its algorithm is easily adapted to various screen sizes.
Whitespace: Gutters are defined by the squares, resulting in pleasing whitespace between columns while staying within the grid framework.
Use of screen estate: It uses the full width of the grid; no dead space on the left and right sides within the grid.
Fully responsive design
Fluid layout of grid display
Configurable width settings for sidebars and design break-point
Polpo is a Drupal 6 admin theme created by Australian Drupal developers <PreviousNext> that aims to make Drupal administration tasks easier for large corporate and novice users alike.
Specifically designed for making administration tasks clearer and easier to navigate, Polpo uses a fluid two column layout ideal for content editing on larger screen resolutions. This is achieved through the use of larger font sizes, clearer spacing and distinct colours to aid the usability of common tasks. Many of these approaches are being adopted for the new Drupal 7 admin interface, so Polpo aims to bring some of these ideas to sites currently running Drupal 6.
Customisable header/link colours to match a client's branding.
Clean, simple form fields and tables.
Unique, professional look and feel for Drupal's admin pages.
Two column (main/sidebar) fluid layout.
To take full advantage of Polpo's features, we recommend it is installed in conjunction with the Administration Menu (Contributed) and Color (Drupal Core - Optional) modules.
Starkish is the starter theme for people who hate starter themes. It includes no CSS or presentational markup whatsoever, and it's meant to be hacked on.
What's all this, then?
Starkish is a compromize between the styleless "Stark" theme and all the other bulky framework themes. It includes NO CSS (except for tabs) and minimal markup like Stark, but includes page and node templates along with convenient template.php functions like Zen (much of it was borrowed from the great Basic theme at http://drupal.org/project/basic).
How To Use Starkish
Starkish is meant to be hacked on. Since it includes no extra markup (i.e., no divs in the templates) and no extra CSS, you're free to edit the templates and the CSS as you wish. Create your layout divs. Re-order things. Add stylesheets. Remove things you don't need. Do whatever you want.
Smart, stripped body, node, comment, and block classes.
Simple .info file for easy customization.
Lack of any sort of presentational divs in templates or any CSS.
Option for registry rebuilds with page loads.
Put the theme in /sites/all/themes (or sites/yoursite.com/themes).
(Optional) Rename the theme and replace the default screenshot.png if you want to.
Responsive Skeleton is a responsive and mobile friendly base theme, based on the Skeleton boilerplate.
The goals of this theme are:
Easy to extend and subtheme
Remain consistent and track closely with the Skeleton system
Development of Responsive Skeleton will closely follow the Skeleton boilerplate with the addition of Drupal specific enhancements and coding standards. The goal is that the Responsive Skeleton theme is the theme to use for people who want to use the Skeleton boilerplate in Drupal.
When using this theme, as with any base theme, it is best to create a sub theme for your customisations.