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BIZ - simple, tabled Drupal Theme with left, right sidebar, top and footer links. This theme based on blue marine theme. If default logo don't changed, so it will created from simple php class and TTF file. Theme tested on Firefox, IE7 and Opera.
In new version 7.x-1.0:
* You can add and change TTF Fonts for site logo
* You can change logo size
In new version 7.x-2.0:
* Added superfish drop down menu
* Cleaned code
* Changed style
To make it work for offline use you have to do some fiddeling in the site settings.php
add this line to the top of your sites/YOURSITE/settings.php
Beach theme has its own story but (maybe) we're too busy to describe a fairy tale while coding and doing graphics for new original Drupal theme.
Briefly, this theme was provided by Indo-Thai Drupal Community(Indian contribution is added later for D7 and up versions) because it's too lonely to be unique site on the beach (or under deep blue sea), so we decided to contribute this theme for everyone who in love with Drupal (and we hope you'll love us, too).
Let's test and beach up your site!
WARNING : At the moment, this theme will intentionally strip off any CSS files from Drupal core module directory (modules folder) and replace them with a single file (drupal6-core.css) or two (drupal6-core-rtl.css). The reason is to reduce page load time and remove unnecessary duplicated style (with Beach theme only). So you MUST place any contrib modules into another place like sites/all/modules or sites/default/modules or sites/yoursite/modules to prevent the unexpected behaviors that may affect those modules. See node/518450. We'll find another smarter method to fix this problem ASAP.
The Austin (Zen Sub theme) was created in partnership with Mark Boulton for the "Iron Chef" style competition at SXSW 2009. The competition known as "Ultimate Showdown of Content Management System Destiny" brought 3 CMSs (Drupal, Wordpress and Joomla!) together to build the same site and the same theme in each platform, and then share all the hard work back with our communities.
This is the Pushbutton theme that was in Drupal 6. It was removed from Drupal 7, but it will live on as a contributed theme at this location. Working on Drupal 8 Version and will be ready as Drupal 8 Stable version releases.
PocketT is a free (GNU GPL) Drupal 7 theme originally created by Nyssa Brown Design and ported to Drupal 7 by CrashTest_. Its sole purpose is to be compact and focus on blogging, while still maintaining an interesting yet simple design.
I have added a sidebar for those who need it. The original had no sidebars, however I believe we need someplace to put the login box, and navigation menu. You can leave the sidebar empty and it will not show up, and you will be left with the original clean single column design.
I started work on a D7 release, and part of it is in the repository, NOT all parts are production ready or complete. At present ONLY Andreas 00, 01, 02 & 09 have been ported. I now have little time, so if someone wants to pick this project up, please contact me.
This is a set of all the Andreas0X themes (Andreas00 - Andreas09) and comprises of the themes shown at the bottom of this post. Please note that the themes were designed by Andreas Viklund, not me so all credit for design must go to Andreas, I have simply ported them to Drupal.
Andreas states (http://andreasviklund.com/about/copyright/) "The free website templates (and all included images and related extras) are released as open source web design. It means that you may use the templates for free for any purpose, personal as well as commercial, without any obligations or conditions."
I would appreciate it if you would keep the links to mine and Andreas websites in the footer.
This theme has the following features:
Left sidebar (split in two)- Daleri Mega (see live demo)
Sass (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) is a meta-language on top of CSS that‘s used to describe the style of a document cleanly and structurally, with more power than flat CSS allows. Sass both provides a simpler, more elegant syntax for CSS and implements various features that are useful for creating manageable stylesheets.
SASS API: Automatically compile your SASS files into Flat CSS
SASS requires the HAML RubyGem plugin to be installed. Mac OSX Leopard has native support for SASS (otherwise run $: gem install haml)
For installation instructions on installing Ruby/Haml on Mac OSX Tiger, please read: Building Ruby, Rails, LightTPD, and MySQL on Tiger