Lucid Main goal
- A responsive HTML5 theme as dynamic as any Drupal base theme.
- Remy Sharp's HTML5 enabling script
Place the html5.js in a folder and name it html5.
- Scott Jehl's Respond
Download the repository, unzip it and leave it as it is. (Make sure the folder is named 'Respond')
If these files aren't downloaded Lucid will load them from their external sources. It is recommended that you download them and let Drupal load them locally, though.
- Lucid should come with a grid.css that allows for a responsive 12 grid system.
#1331874: Grid CSS working as a responsive design
- Template files and layout should as far as possible use HTML 5 markup.
- Question: To what extent are we going to override markup output from Drupal Core and Contrib?
- Lucid should provide a reset file with general html reset as well as Drupal specific reset.
- Lucid should provide a "normalizer" css file to be used as a good starting point for a site.
Panels & Panels everywhere
- Lucid should be arranged to work well with Panels and Panels Everywhere.
- Lucid should come with several pre-defined layouts to be used in Panels.
- Question: How many layouts, and which layouts, are necessary for building most sites?
- Question: How far are we from a solution of a flexible grid builder to be used in Panels?
- Question: How well will Lucid work for sites not running Panels?
.tpl.php files & template.php
- While we want to keep Lucid as clean as possible, we might want to edit a lot of output from Drupal. Where do we draw the line?