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.
You can also view a full index of themes listing only their titles.
Design skins for Drupal 7 using famework 960.gs, the project will fully implement obejumować graphics, graphics preparation for publication (cutting and optimization), encoding template with html5 and css elements and execution of skins for Drupal version 7.
The project is scheduled to present the content in the system container_12 with the following networks: grid_2, grid_3, grid_4, grid_9, grid_10 and grid_12.
The total number of regions in the crust: 11
Skin in 5 different color scenes.
The Beginner Theme is the "Hello World" of theming. If you've never tried to write a theme before, and are somewhat unclear about what that even means, you can start here. The code is extremely short, extensively commented, and meant to be understood by somebody who has never looked at a theme before. Dive right in!
Infini is a professionally designed Fusion-based theme.
Fusion must be added to your themes folder and enabled before using Infini. CSS customizations and overrides should be added to local.css to ensure a smooth upgrade path. You can rename local.css found in the css folder to activate this file. It is also highly recommended that you install the Skinr module, as well. This will provide for simple block and region customizations.
XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS 2.1 validated
Web 2.0 styling - easy on the eyes
1 or 2 column layout
Fixed width layout
Primary and secondary links
Installation and Configuration
Download the Infini and Fusion themes
Extract them in your themes directory.
Enable Infini and Fusion Core on your themes page and set Infini as your default theme
Download and enable the Skinr module (optional, but very strongly recommended)
Set any necessary permissions for the Skinr module (/admin/user/permissions)
Go to the Infini theme configuration page (admin/build/themes/settings/infini) to set your main theme colors and other aspects of layout, typography, etc.
GlewTiles is a port of DropTiles code to Drupal 7 as a theme with active Modern UI tiles similar to Windows 8. The current development version includes tiles for service at glew.org.uk but these can be customised in the Tiles.js and AppStore.js files.
The theme currently works in Chrome and Firefox browsers with some development still required for Safari and IE9+ (IE8 support is also targeted). It includes a Tiles AppStore where custom tiles can be added to the main UI by the user.