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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BrownTown DTB is a strict xHTML validated, standards compliant CSS based drupal template with striking bold layout. It is a fixed width which auto centers itself on the page with beautiful brown and red color theme.
Magazeen is a cool and modern theme with a stylish colour scheme, originally designed for Wordpress by WeFunction Design Agency, distributed by Smashing Magazine and originally ported to Drupal by zinv.
Drupal 6 theme with no table but css layout. There are no complex constructs as well. It has one and two columns layouts. Done in blue colors, looks rather smooth and nice. Perfectly suits different blogs but can be easily converted into whatever you need. The theme was tested and developed for Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 6, Safari, Opera, Google Chrome.
This is my first theme for Drupal which I started in early 2008 and are still working on it. It was developed for a social community site which is currently offline.
- many new block regions
- web 2.0 design
- three columns layout.
- tabs in the header
- an always visible taskbar
- using theme settings in admin panel to enable/disable theme features easylie
Upcoming Features / todo:
- customizable via color module (currently only the header is changeable)
- rounded corners via css instead of images
Strange Little Town : A lovely whimsical WordPress theme from magical.nu. This theme was original designed by Minmin for WordPress (See original). I do nothing with her design, just changed some elements to fit into Drupal and added some more features for theme settings.
Top and Bottom content block regions
User pictures in posts and comment
Built-in theme settings
1 Left, 1 Right, Both or None sidebars support
6 levels of page width, from 780px, 840px, 960px, 1020px, 1140px and Fluid page width. (inside theme settings)
Add/Remove your own customized CSS stylesheet (inside theme settings)
Add/Remove Breadcrumb (inside theme settings)
Bi-directional (BiDi) support (need feedback/suggestion from RTL users/developers - Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, Hebrew and more)
For RTL languages in both IE6 and 7, sometime conditional CSS may not be loaded. To resolve this issue, you have to enable optimize CSS files option due to IE6 and 7 restrict to a maximum of 32 external CSS files. Read this article for more information
This theme is modified off of Basic from Raincity Studios. The project is motivated from the lack of a theme on the Webdobe website. Which I plan to use for my personal blog/contact/freelance site. As well as to develop open source themes for the Drupal Community. Hope you enjoy my first contribution check back to drupal.org for the latest and greatest of my releases!
D4rk 1.0 : Beautiful dark blue and red design with centered fixed width layout , a right sidebar , a nice image header and of course, valid XHTML/CSS. ). I used a few creative ideas from Adobe's website.
This theme is intended for those who want a simple layout with the ability to easily change simple aspects such as font colors, link colors, fonts, and header color without having to bother to dig through lots of code to find what you should change. We accomplish that with a second, very well documented stylesheet called changeme.css which only includes the "most frequently want to change" items with lots of comments.
To modify this theme you should:
Never touch the style.css
Instead, proceed directly to changeme.css (do not pass go or collect $200)
see how the changeme.css is clearly documented to make simple changes
Save file and rejoice.
Please report any bugs in the issue queue, as this theme is a total and complete 'work in progress'. (theme created very quickly and haphazardly by Mustardseed Media, Inc.)
A Drupal 7 develoment version has been committed. Please test it and post issues in queue.
Upgrading from D6
When upgrading from the Drupal 6 theme, be sure to backup your changeme.css file which has all of your custom work in it.
You can simply drop this file into the new D7 theme, overwriting the blank changeme.css.
NineSixty is a base theme with all the files provided by the 960 Grid System. From the sketch sheets to all the styles from the framework are included. There are a few modifications so it better fits into Drupal. All the details are inside the README.txt file.
Any modifications should be done from sub-themes. All that's needed is a "base theme" entry within your sub-theme's .info file pointing to "ninesixty". For example, base theme = ninesixty.
It is not simply a grid based layout system. It helps workflow by allowing better communication between developers, information architects, visual designers or anyone involved. The sketch sheet can be used for the rough initial designs by the visual designer. Meanwhile the OmniGraffle and Visio templates can be used by the IA. From there the Photoshop and Fireworks templates are provided to refine the sites graphics and layout. From start to finish with all sides involved, this helps everyone share a common visual language.
Even if you are the only one developing a site. The simple layout system is very easy to implement freeing you to other more important tasks.
Mulpo is the new theme for mulpo.com. It is a simple clean theme with semantic markup, ideal for blogs. The mulpo theme manages to look very stylish with just one background image, all the rest is done with CSS. The current release of the mulpo theme has semantic clean markup, and is very very lightweight. Mulpo has only been tested in Firefox and Safari.
This fixed blog style layout can work with 1 or 2 sidebars. Features include and/or are inspired by some of my favorites from themes like basic, genesis, and zen. Users will likely enjoy the easy editing sidebars (hover menu), footer links area (for extra links), tableless, xhtml, css, validates w3c, and nifty icons (GPL) from Lullabot... and it is based on the 960 grid system.