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Gesso is a Sass-based starter theme that outputs accessible HTML5 markup. It uses a mobile-first responsive approach and leverages SMACSS to organize styles as outlined in the Drupal 8 CSS architecture guidelines. This encourages a component-based approach to theming through the creation of discrete, reusable UI elements.
Drupal Summer is a valid HTML5 & CSS3 based nice Drupal Theme.
Coming with threaded comments and a couple of other useful settings and tested on major web browsers, Drupal Summer was originally designed for Wordpress by EZwpthemes and ported to Drupal by Azri Design .
Status: I had to find the people using my theme through google to find the error. I've fixed the errors I found and have released version 1.0 of the theme. Please use and test.
This theme is a blog theme for Drupal 6. The footer is designed to have 3 columns, so for the best aesthetic look, multiples of 3 are the best look for this theme (3, 6, 9 blocks). Pain staking attention to detail to make this theme look exactly like the original template, and less like a typical drupal site.
Beep Edition is designed from the ground up as a mobile-first responsive theme. I created this out of the desire to make as light-weight a theme as I could, using all the tricks I know to make it a solid HTML5/CSS3 responsibly-responsive starting point. It does use SASS and Bourbon+Neat (minimal use of grids to be honest).
While very basic, it's a good starting point and lighter in code and 'stuff' than anything else I've tried.
I'm looking forward to collaborating with others on this - I'd like to develop this further with everyone's contributions. I don't want it to be an all-consuming everything theme - but I do want it to continue to serve as a solid starting point (and one that I use for rapid prototyping and 'living wireframing' with clients) for projects that can go pretty much anywhere.
This is a liquid layout theme that handles layout for one, two, and three columns based on which blocks are enabled using CSS, not tables. There is not a lot of "pretty" in this theme as it is meant to be used as a starting point for theme creators to customize with their own look and feel.
It does include one extra region to place blocks above the page content, as well as below it.
A simple responsive subtheme for the base theme Fusion. Uses all of Fusion's default regions and adds a few extra CSS3-enhanced skins for blocks. Detailed README file includes instructions for flyout menus with Superfish, and older IE support with the polyfill css3-mediaqueries.js via Fusion Accelerator.
Alek 2.0 is the next theme contribution, in series, by SEOposition.com. Based on amadou theme, it has a three-column(Content | Left Sidebar | Right Sidebar) layout, with three additional columns(block regions) just above the footer, giving you chance to place more of your blocks with less cluttering! The block(bottom) titles are iconed by default, however, you can anytime digg into the style sheet and easily change the icons to suit your needs!
A theme based on the Semantic UI library (authored by Jack Lukic), which empowers designers and developers by creating a language for sharing UI. It is structured around natural language conventions to make development more intuitive.
The Austin (Zen Sub theme) was created in partnership with Mark Boulton for the "Iron Chef" style competition at SXSW 2009. The competition known as "Ultimate Showdown of Content Management System Destiny" brought 3 CMSs (Drupal, Wordpress and Joomla!) together to build the same site and the same theme in each platform, and then share all the hard work back with our communities.