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I am going to create a Music based theme for Drupal 6.x and may also be compatible with Drupal 7.x in future. I am still in to designing mode, but soon I will be adding the project live for testing and approvals.
Please help me in making my first contribution to drupal successful by testing it to and fro, and your feedbacks and comments will be a great resource for me to make it the best.
Yet another HTML5 base theme. It is a framework to create creative sub themes.
Please note: RDF output currently not supported. Of course, after W3C clarifies the HTML5+RDF relation the theme will support it. Until this, if you would like to validate the output please turn off the RDF module.
This sandbox is a snapshot of NineSixty 6.x-1.x with Adapt.js integration built in. After mulling over the particulars of the implementation, it seems like a better fit to place Adapt into a standalone module that can work with any theme utilizing 960.gs, rather than tying the functionality to NineSixty and forcing other theme maintainers to duplicate the work.
McCoy is a Responsive Starter theme based on the 960 Grid System (http://960.gs) and inspired by the Skeleton Boilerplate (http://getskeleton.com). The theme uses CSS3 Media Queries to target and adapt layout for typical viewport sizes of smartphones and tablets, whether they be in portrait or landscape orientation.
The goal of McCoy is to provide as simple a starting point for responsive Drupal designs as possible, without a lot of bells and whistles.
This is Wood Working, a free, fully standards-compliant CSS template designed by FreeCssTemplates for Free CSS Templates. The picture in this template is from PDPhoto.org. This free template is released under a Creative Commons Attributions license, so you’re pretty much free to do whatever you want with it (even use it commercially) provided you keep the links in the footer intact. Aside from that, have fun with it :)
This sandbox will serve as a repository for preliminary work on a theme we intend to use for the Overnight Website Challenge. If the non-profit we are paired with approves, we will convert this sandbox into a theme when our work is completed.