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Light Skeleton is a theme base on version of Skeletonv2. The goal of this project is trying to be as close as Skeleton v2 in the Drupal theme. Light Skeleton is a very lightweight theme that does not require any type of compiling, and the styles designed to be a starting point, not a UI framework.
This is another attempt to merge drupal 7 and materializecss
This theme is under development, so use it on your own risk on deployment sites, however, I'll try to write enouth documentation to make it easy to the costumize ;)
Bourbon theme implements the Bourbon library and the Neat grid framework.
Why use bourbon and neat?
Because you are building sites and not applications (collections of components). Bourbon and Neat together with the power of SASS will provide the flexibility you need to create powerful themes with the minimal need to override Drupal's HTML output.
Theme para sitios web de sitios web de préstamos rápidos, donde es posible ofrecer información acerca de este tipo de préstamos y realizar la solicitud online de forma sencilla y rápida mediante un formulario de solicitud online que se incluye en el mismo.
This theme provides a theme to load a Terrific Micro frontend in your Drupal 7 setup.
Place terrific into your themes folder, as usual.
Enable and set the theme Terrific as default.
You will see an example front page with two demo blocks, if Terrific could be loaded successfully. You can remove those by editing html.tpl.php.
Replace the folder terrific-micro/frontend with your existing Terrific Micro frontend or use the provided skeleton as a starting point to developer your frontend.
This is a subtheme of Stans Pals designed for mobile devices. Stans Pals already scales to smaller screens based on width but with high resolution screens on some devices which still have a small physical size a mobile theme which adapts not solely based on resolution is needed.
A variation on the business theme with friendlier style and colour scheme to suit less formal organisations. Also adds dynamic scaling which included switching to a mobile theme for screens below 620px wide
See business project for their features
Friendly colour scheme and fonts
Mobile theme below 620px
Mobile theme and small window scaling for 320px, 360px, 480px and 620px wide