git repository

git clone drupal_professional_theme


home.png498.34 KBthemestar


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Hi themestar,
to review your project please provide you project's sandbox link and git repository link here.

i have added sandbox link and git repository link

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Need review


Nice theme, very intriguing to see the framework behind this.

It appears you are working in the "master" branch in git. You should really be working in a version specific branch. The most direct documentation on this is Moving from a master branch to a version branch. For additional resources please see the documentation about release naming conventions and creating a branch in git.

Also this is the results of your master branch from a code review.

I have checked out your code now. Could you explain a bit more as to how the theme will be in HTML5? Will users be presented with markup in the templates or will they need to do the markup themselves. Also are you looking to use media queries and breakpoints in the stylesheets so that the theme is responsive to any device?


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git repository

Thanks for your feedback,
Fixed all reviewed errors
Created "7.x-1.x" branch
Drupal Professional Theme is not HTML5 and Responsive. FIxed width ( 1000px ). sorry i was mistaken in issue summery

Theme looks nice.

The coder module reports issues in the info-file, but they are as far as I can see wrong (they report the same problems with Bartik!).

According to the examples module on js_example the script.js should be changed from this:

  $(document).ready(function() {
    // initialise Superfish
    $('#main-menu ul').superfish({
        animation: {height:'show'}

to this:

  $(document).ready(function() {
    // initialise Superfish
    $('#main-menu ul').superfish({
        animation: {height:'show'}

Other than that, looks good to me!

Thanks odegard,
Fixed script.js issue. please check

Confirmed that the script is updated.

However, I just noticed that the main body background image body.png is 1.8MB!

i will compress the image size

Removed heavy image files.

Confirmed body.png is removed.


Manual Review:
please fix these following UI bugs
1) Give button style cursor:pointer and hover effect.
2) Blog: give little more space between each links.

li a { padding: 2px 10px; } /*-- write specific for blog block --*/

(attached screenshot 1,2 points)


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changing status to "need work"

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Thanks shanidkv,
Fixed CSS issue please check

theme looks good now

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Everything seemed to pass the automated tests I ran. I looked through your Code manually and found a few things:

  1. In README.txt it looks like there's a spelling mistake. You refer to "spurfish" module and I think you mean "Superfish"
  2. You probably ought to set your file permissions to more restrictive settings. It looks everything is set at 755 (or rwxr-xr-x). I'd recommend having all files set to 644 (rw-r--r--), and only keep the directories set to 755. See also this comment
  3. The LICENSE.txt file shouldn't be in there since it is automatically added during packaging. See item 4.1 on

The theme looks nice... it will be a great addition to the theme directory. Keep up the good work.

thanks for your feedback
i will fix these issues

You might want to consider another name. There is already a theme called Professional Theme (

Also your project page is not very detailed, it would be helpful if you gave a quick brief of what is different about your theme compared to the others, even if it involves counting up its visual features.

i have fixed all issues. please check.

can i use name "Max Professional Theme". just i named as "Max"

Yeah probably you can use Max Professional Theme. although I am no expert since I am in the process of releasing my first theme here as well so maybe others want to pitch in whether that is ok or not :)

if i change project name. i have to create new sandbox project and upload files. maybe better to keep this same name ( "Drupal Professional Theme" ). and i have fixed all issues. please tell me your suggestion about naming. or shall i change to "need review" status

Hi themestar, that's only the case for full projects as far as renaming goes and it's really the alias that counts. You can rename your project when it's in the sandbox state by simply editing your project title and there is nothing dependent on the URL / alias right now. Once your project is promoted to full, you then determine an alias for the project i.e. max_professional_theme or whatever. I just went through that and I actually renamed my sandbox a few times and did not need to create a new project. Once my project got approved and I had full project promotion rights, I then had to choose the final resting place of my theme by then selecting a specific unchangeable alias.

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I have changed theme name to "Max Professional Theme".
please check

Hello themestar,
Nice use of red, white, and black.

Does your theme pass any accessibility standards, like WAI? If it does, it is worth mentioning on your project page.

Do you have a demo page?

i followed all drupal standerds and compiled in
presently i dont have any domain & server. so i will try to upload in my friends server

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Fixed, please check

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Hi themestar here are a few items for feedback. If you are changing the name of the theme, you should probably edit the info file.

Right now it says:

...should it be: -- You may also want to update your default logo and the theme description in the info file. You will probably want to change the name of your theme folder to match this as well.

I am also getting a Javascript error relating to Superfish. I am not sure why you have the call to Superfish in your theme. The Readme says to install the Superfish module. That module takes care of any calls to Superfish other than downloading the library itself so I think your code in script.js is superflous.

The Readme also mentions:

slideshow ready for use

I did not see any theme setting or otherwise for a slideshow after I installed your theme.

I also think your project page lacks any detail, description or depth. You might want to take a look at these:

Note, I am not sure if this has been mentioned but you may want to consider:

#1410826: [META] Review bonus - by reviewing other's project applications, it will help with your own and it's also a good learning experience.

ok thanks,
i will review other's project applications

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i edit this nod, By my mistake. revert.