Theme and other design assets

Place the custom theme in: /sites/all/themes/custom/

Theme directory

Create the module install file, if it does not already exist. For example, in /sites/all/modules/custom/dfs_partner.install, we add the following to enable and set as default our theme partner_demo:

Configuring the DEIMS Theme

Working with your DEIMS Theme.

DEIMS theme is a subtheme of the Adaptive contrib. theme. Specifically, it is an adaptation of the Pixture Reloaded contrib. theme, which is a subtheme of Adaptive.

Zurb Foundation 8.x-4.x

Zurb Foundation Drupal 8 documentation.

Drupal 8 theme is still in the works and documentation updates will start as soon as the theme stabilizes.

Coming soon. . .

0 Zilch

Zilch means zero. Zero in term of weight, color, image. Absolutely clean Drupal theme. Zilch Drupal theme places a focus on usability, legibility and readability. Large text. Readability is important, and no one likes small print. Simplicity is key of theme, featuring plenty of white space, as well as a lack of superfluous elements. It is powerful, clean, table-less, light weight and liquid width theme develop by Shivcharan Patil (Shiv) from iTWeb.in.

Summery

The name of theme is zilch (zero) because sum for following elements are almost 0.
Fat = 0
Colors = 0
Images = 0
Complexity = 0
Hard to understand = 0
Superfluous elements = 0
Obstacle for speed and performance = 0

And hence it is Zilch i.e. 0.

Theme support for -

  • Site Logo.
  • Site Name.
  • Slogan, Tag line.

Nucleus

NUCLEUS is a base theme first released with Drupal 7 by ThemeBrain. The goal of this base theme is to provide a solid foundation for web development geeks to develop a theme quick and easy. Having a fast learning curve is the inflection point for UX/UI designers, Back-End and Front-End Developers.

Currently, 9000 sites are using Nucleus.

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Create a fixed position customized information box similar to the Devel Themer module for specific users, but with your own information.

I find on some Drupal sites that I want to see information all the time behind the scenes, but I don't want the client to see. I added simple code to allow me to do just that. While it is true that I can use the Devel or Devel Themer modules, there is some information that I want which is not provided by Devel, so creating my own custom code works. This code can be embedded into a block, module, or in just the page.tpl.php (or any page template suggestions).

Now, to make things simpler in this tutorial, I embedded inline CSS, but you can obviously add this to any .CSS file.

global $user;
$username = $user->name ;
if($username=="developer")
{
// Generate all your Drupal and PHP variables
$nid = arg(1);
$alias = drupal_get_path_alias();
// Print out your HTML div tag with inline CSS or CSS class attribute
echo ('

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