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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I have just started making my first theme contribution, this is in development, please wait for full project. To install this theme, you will require responsive_bartik theme. And module to make the effect, you need - views, views_slideshow, views_slideshow_xtra.
TukTuk is a lightweight and awesomely powerful theme framework, built for the sole purpose of being easy to use and maintain in your own projects.
TukTuk is CSS3 powered so it is made for all modern day browsers and all the rest to come. TukTuk looks so great it's perfect on its own, but with themers in mind it's been made so you can easily create a subtheme and add your own styling with LESS or Stylus. All you need now is the know how check out the docs for more information.
TS-Educa Theme is a great looking Drupal 7 theme. The theme is not dependent on any core theme. Its very light weight with modern look and feel. Educa's clean layout and light weight code make it a great theme for Educational Institutions to get up and running quickly.
TS-Business is a great looking Drupal 7 theme. The theme is not dependent on any core theme. Its very light weight . TS-Business’s clean layout and light weight code make it a great theme for small or medium-sized business to get up and running quickly. Live Demo
Admin theme for Drupal 7, based on Bootstrap, inspired by Open Atrium 2.
At this time, the theme working only with bootstrap-7.x-2.x. In the near future will be made a version for bootstrap-7.x-3.x.
The theme has a personalizations and adjustments for the most relevant and used modules, like: