Black Theme

Black Drupal theme is powerful, clean, table-less, dark, responsive theme develop by Shivcharan Patil (Shiv) from and

Black theme designs

Creating a Subtheme


The placeholder page for Zurb Foundation 7.x documentation and will contain general information about creating subthemes.

  • Creating a subtheme
    • Manual
    • Drush


Uniform Server Drupal 7 Setup

Uniform Server Drupal 7 Setup (Verbose)

An explicit guide to setting up an easy Drupal development environment utilizing the Uniform Server. “The Uniform Server is a WAMP package that allows you to run a server on any MS Windows OS based computer. It is small and mobile to download or move around and can also be used or setup as a production/live server.”

Mike Anello's (ultimike) video tutorial:

In case of difficulty:

The Uniform Server + Drupal 7 Installation Step-By-Step

Download the Uniform Server (version Coral 8.1.2) (Not the latest version; because Drupal needs PHP 5.3.10 and the latest is PHP 5.4.4 etc.)

Double-click Coral_8_1_2.exe (the self-extracting file for Uniform Server, it will create a folder in the same directory called "UniServer").

Move the UniServer folder and its contents to where you want your application and new Drupal sites to reside:

(typically Users/(your name)/Sites/UniServer)
or E:/UniServer (on a RAM stick or SD card)

Mobile-specific website

For some projects, you may want to have a mobile web site that uses different markup and layout from the desktop site - for instance, it may be easier to manage two web sites than to create a responsive layout for your desktop site, or you want to use a mobile web framework like jQuery Mobile or Sensa Touch for mobile users.

Mobile Tools module

The most useful module for building separate desktop and mobile sites for Drupal is Mobile Tools, which has many different features:

  • Web Browser detection - is the user on a desktop browser or a mobile browser?
  • Mobile domain redirection - route users to the correct domain.
  • Mobile-only themes - different devices may get different themes.
  • Mobile site availability - let mobile users on full site know there is a mobile version.
  • Mobile context - offer different functionality to mobile users.

There are a few modules available that have limited scope relative to the Mobile Tools module. Their functionality may match your website’s requirements.

Browser Detection - Browscap module

Absolute Beginner's Guide to Organic Groups (OG)

This guide/tutorial is aimed at the absolute beginner Organic Group user. It is assumed that you are familiar with installing modules and creating and managing content.
Note: This tutorial contains some instruction on Drupal 7.x version of Organic Group, however, the majority of the content is around Drupal 6.x. If you are using Drupal 7.x, check the list on the right panel for Drupal 7.x.


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