Installation for this theme is rather simple. It isn't any different than any other theme.
If you do not wish to use the sass abilities of this theme the css files are already included in the theme. You don't need to do anything.
- Download the theme into the /sites/all/themes folder of your drupal installation.
- Installation includes enabling the module from the appearance page:
- The next step is to create a subtheme. You don't ever want to modify the actual zurb theme. It is known as a best practice to copy the theme and create a sub-theme.
- Don't yet enable the zurb foundation theme. You'll want to create a sub theme
Openshift is the PAAS cloud provided by Redhat and can serve as a good development ground and also host drupal projects in production.
Since January 2013, the service allows Drupal 7 installation.
- Create an account on OpenShift.
- Once you have signed in create an application. You are allowed a maximum of three applications for testing. Choose Drupal from the array of applications presented to you. Alternatively you could install a PHP 5 application and then build drupal on that. It's a bit tedious though.
- Provide details for the application i.e. the name. The rest of the customisations can be carried out after the installation is complete. Let the install run to completion. It's pretty quick. When the install finishes you have Drupal 7.7 in your hands.
I noticed that quite a few people in the Drupal Easy Career Starter Program could not get Drush to work with git bash. This is because the Drush windows installer package was not installed with the correct option!
During a Drush Intall
When installing drush using the Drush 5.7 Windows Installer, this screen will appear:
There are three boxes that are marked "X" (not installed). The second box / line, titled "Register Environmental Variables", should be changed to installed (not marked with "X"). When you click on this box, you will receive a drop down menu. Choose "Will be installed on local hard drive". Proceed with the installation.
The "Register Environment Variables" option will update the PATH so that git bash knows where to find the drush programs.
Fixing After a Drush Installation
You can also fix this problem after you have installed drush. Note: I've only tested this with Drush 5.7. It may work with other versions, but then again - the required path may be different on other versions. However, the technique will be identical - you will just need to determine the drush PATH.
To fix this:
Short mane is: slovak_install
Slovak Drupal Installation Profile is intended for faster and easier installation of
Drupal in Slovak language. It will install the same modules as standard installation in
Drupal core with two other modules intended for import and use of translation.
It will install the module:
- Locale (Drupal core)
It will add and install the module:
- Localization Update
Compared to standard installation, the Slovak Drupal Installation Profile:
- skips language selection – it automatically selects the Slovak language
- imports basic Slovak translation .po file
- in the next step, default country will be “Slovensko” and time zone “Europe/
- updates Slovak translation to the latest version immediately from the localization
- After installation, also the module “Localization Update” will be installed, which,
after adding and installation of each module, will automatically import also its translation
To install Drush, always start by trying the Pear installation on the Drush project page. This is the preferred way to install Drush. Alternately, you may also wish to install Drush from git directly using the version control instructions. Be sure to read the README.txt for additional guidance on installing and getting started with Drush.
Specific instructions for other ways to install Drush on specific environments appears below.