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Pari theme is designed and developed by Drupar.com
Pari is very light weight but very powerful and professional Drupal theme with modern look and feel. This theme is perfect for Business websites, Corporate websites, Portfolio, Personal / Blog websites.
Simply Blue is simple, elegant and responsive Drupal theme. It can be used for blogs, small business, movies and variety of other websites. The theme was designed using flat elements for the header, navigation, buttons and more. You can easily modify this theme as per your requirement. It is very flexible and easy to re-design as well.
Cronos3d is a Bootstrap 3 subtheme containing a responsive right menubar created by Cronos Business Services. The menubar contain the primary and secondary links by default (you can disable it in the theme's settings). The menubar is also a region that may contain any system and custom blocks
Flexible zymphonies theme is modern, clean and professionally crafted Drupal theme. It has one, two, three column layouts. This Theme suits for any type of corporate, business, marketing etc. This theme is completely free and contributed by Zymphonies team.
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 ;)