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.
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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.
The idea behind the theme is to create a minimalist, lightweight template like any of the core themes such as Bluemarine and Garland and one that works “out of the box”. It you are using the core modules then it shouldn't be necessary to alter the CSS (unless you want to!) although you'll probably want to use one the six core themes for the administration section as I haven't paid much attention to that side of matters.
A simple reset theme that gives the themer total control of the output.
Bassline is built in HTML5 with a reset stylesheet so it comes with no styling, the reason for this is so the themer can add any grid system they like into the child theme. We don't want to add any assumptions for the end user.
Bassline comes with a child theme which makes use of the Bootstrap 3 grid system & can be easily enabled with the use of Drush .
The SolarFlare theme is a modification of the Foliage theme which is based on the Blue Marine theme shipped with Drupal 4.7. The theme has a fixed centred width, supporting screen resolutions of 1024 pixels and up. The theme validates, and is tested in major browsers.
Joker is a proof of concept theme that aims to provide themeing capabilities to the average user that does not know css or html.
It utilizes the theme settings page to set layout values such as page width, column width header and footer heights, as well as page margins. In addition it allows the upload of an image of the theme design and provides an interface to cut up that image into theme imagery.
It also allows the user to set colors for the background of the body, page, page-header, page body, and page footer as well as colors of links headings and text.