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This theme currently decorates Koumbit's in-house Aegir hosting service. It is an original design by @jennywski.
It is provided here as an example theme to help other aegir deployments brand their own aegir installs. It is an Eldir (part of the hostmaster install profile) sub-theme. Please feel free to scroll through our commits and play!
The theme has been tested in Firefox 14.0, Google Chrome 21.0, Chromium 18.0 (all in Ubuntu). The theme is fully XHTML and CSS compliant. Let us know the compatibilities in other browsers and we can update the list here.
A refreshing theme that aims the quick deploy in any browser with small foot-print but at the same time without sacrificing good design quality.
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A configurable base theme with influences from 960.gs and the Drupal ninesixty theme. This theme implements the 960.gs grid system using similar conventions to ninesixty. This is then extended providing some additional features such as configurable layout, column grid-widths for sidebars, and additional regions to provide more flexibility in design.
Garland-based/inspired theme aimed primarily at web applications.
The goal is to create a theme primarily aimed at applications where the site structure is defined via code rather then admin defined navigation structures. Think Redmine, Basecamp, and the like. It was built with motivation to have a theme to suggest for uses of the Localization server but its purpose is to be a generic, recolorable theme for web applications.
Athletic is a sports styled Fusion sub-theme that is not specific to one particular sport like many other sports related themes, and since it's built on Fusion we've also added support for Skinr so you can easily change the look and feel to match the colors of your team.
Theme features include:
Very clean, professional design
2 column layout with both right and left sidebars supported
This is the maintenance theme of the OpenFed distribution.
Only tested in the "OpenFed / Fast2web D7" distribution.
Normally, it should work as a standalone but it was developed in the scope of "OpenFed / Fast2web D7" distribution so it's may be not the case.
So for the moment it's very specific to "OpenFed / Fast2web D7" distribution.
If you catch an error, don't forget to report in the issues.