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I created this theme partly to experiment with theme creating/editing, but also because I couldn't find a theme I liked so decided to make my own taking elements form others and adding my own elements.
It was originally created from Simpler but has had a CSS drop down menu system added (mostly from Alpine) and has had significant changes both to the CSS file and the page template, the first of which was to add ubercart support since most of the ubercart pages did not match the site.
Emphasis is on allowing the site to resize dynamically to any size screen or window. Try dragging your window to different sizes. It should seamlessly resize to fit. Within certain limits to stop it looking silly.
CSS dropdown menu
All colours to be selectable via GUI
All fonts to be selectable via the gui
Font shadowing to be selectable via gui
supply a set of colour schemes
Option to add CSS files via gui (to be module specific for ones not included)
Seperate CSS files for modules (eg ubercart) and make them selectable by gui, default enabled. This will reduce file size if most are not needed
Auto detect enabled modules to enable module specific css