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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Please contact Todd Nienkerk if you are interested in taking over maintenance of this theme.
Nitobe is a fixed-width, content-first theme based on the 960 Grid System. It supports two or three column layouts in several configurations and a header image area that can be set to a fixed image or selected at random. In addition to the column region, a four region area spanning the width of the layout is provided between the content and footer regions.
The theme includes a default favicon, a custom maintenance page, a default user icon, and a variety of sample header images (940 x 118 pixels).
Cloudy has been tested with the release 4.0-beta7 and will not work with older versions.
Cloudy is geared towards the Recruiter distribution and its features: Recruiter cloudy includes tweaks for the theme as exported block classes and alter hook implementations. Recruiter menu positions the required blocks into the navigation region.
Still, you can try the Cloudy theme with any other Drupal installation. You will want to make sure that blocks are positioned within the regions defined by the theme and apply block classes similar to those from Recruiter cloudy.
This is the Bluemarine theme that was included as part of Drupal 6, 5, and 4.7 (and maybe beyond) core. It was removed from Drupal 7 core, but it continues to live on as a contributed theme at this location.
It is a classic table-based, multi-column, recolorable theme that goes against all modern semantic, responsive, etc. design, but works very well as a utilitarian theme. It is good for when what you want is to display information in a neat and clean way, and you don't care too much about whether the display is pretty, frilly, or fancy.
Flat zymphonies theme is single page responsive theme. This theme suits for any type of personal website, corporate, business, marketing etc. This theme is completely free and contributed by Zymphonies team.
Clean blog is a carefully styled Bootstrap blog theme that is perfect for personal or company blogs. This theme features four HTML pages including a blog index, an about page, a sample post, and a contact page.
Orange is a css based theme that has only one sidebar but it has a few other regions for different content.
Version 2.x of Orange...
is drastically different from the first version. There are more regions and configurable options in the UI through the Skinr module therefore it is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to use this theme. Please refer to the Skinr project page for information about it and its required modules. This theme is NOT a Fusion subtheme.
Some new features:
Sidebar can be positioned on the left or right (either way content is printed first for accessibility).
Blocks, comments, nodes, panels and views can be altered in the Ui with skinr.
Navigation is no longer added by default, it is a region
Search block is no longer added by default, themed based on region its in
New region above footer
Blocks can be sized 1/3, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4...
Image fields can be floated left or right
Font size can change and be made uppercase, lowercase or capitalized
This is an ideal way to start your blog journal with a Drupal theme. TB Blog is simply designed to support blog entries with pre-formatted image styles, auto-resizing thumbnails and Drupal's default forum - Just perfect for blogging.
TB Blog is a sub-theme of Drupal Nucleus base theme, developed by Themebrain.
Explore and see how powerful Nucleus could be.
Learn more about Nucleus - Themebrain.
Flexible column width
Content types: polls, blog, articles, portfolio, and forum topic
Standards-compliant XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS
Cross browser compatible on latest versions of IE-7, FireFox, Opera, Chrome, Safari
Superfish module: drop-down menu (Only compatible with 1.8 and previous versions) & SF Navbar: drop-line menu
Views Slideshow module (create slideshow with images & titles taken from articles)
The basic concept is to combine the advanced theme settings and inherent responsive/mobile aware features of Adaptivetheme with the unmatched layout and context capability of Panels and Panels Everywhere.
I have committed a D7 version of this theme to GIT.
Alpine is a GPL v3 Wordpress theme by the same name that I converted to Drupal 6 originally. Since Drupal 7 has been released, I have also updated Alpine for Drupal 7.
I have already added some extra regions and plan to add more in later versions. There is also a 100% CSS Only Primary Links menu dropdowns for Drupal 6 and Main Menu drop downs for Drupal 7. Alpine features some great default images and styles, but can be easily modified with your own images. It is great for a nature blog, hiking blog, and generally any other outdoors or nature related website.
Tryptych Column 1
Tryptych Column 2
Tryptych Column 3
Alpine 1.x Features
Drupal 7 Ready!
100% Pure CSS Primary Links Menu Dropdowns (No need for JS libraries!)
Content Top and Content Bottom Block Regions
2 Column Layout
Custom Header Image - Easily Modified!
Header Content Region - Just comment out or remove the CSS for the #header background image on line #29 in the CSS.
Please Note: Alpine 1.x is being phased out for Alpine 2.x. Please upgrade!