Flexible zymphonies theme is modern, clean and professionally crafted Drupal theme. It has one, two, three column layouts. This Theme suits for any type of corporate, business, marketing etc. This theme is completely free and contributed by Zymphonies team.
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Light Skeleton is a theme base on version of Skeleton v2. The goal of this project is trying to be as close as Skeleton v2 in the Drupal theme. Light Skeleton is a very lightweight theme that does not require any type of compiling, and the styles designed to be a starting point, not a UI framework.
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We are excited to announce some big changes to the Drupal.org Marketplace. In Dries’ Amsterdam Keynote, he made a compelling case for showing the contributions of organizations that are helping build Drupal. By highlighting organizations that give their employees time to give back, we make it possible for more people to give time to making the project better.
In March, we took steps to begin collecting this information by allowing individuals that were contributing in the issue queues to attribute their contributions to organization that they are employed by or customers that funded the work. When a maintainer of a project (module, theme, distribution or Drupal Core) closes an issue as fixed, they have an opportunity to pass on credit to the individuals who helped contribute to fixing the issue—and not just code contributions, but any kind of feedback, review, designs, etc.
We called this system issue credits and it has been a huge success. We now show the last 90 days of issue credits awarded to an individual or organization on their profile.
Today, after months of collecting this data, we are taking how we highlight contributing organizations to a new level.
With this launch, we are removing the distinction of "featured service providers" versus "all service providers". By using data about these organizations contributions, we can provide a single list of all organizations ordered by their contributions.
For now, we are using issue credits as the primary sort. The secondary sort highlights organizations that are giving back by supporting Drupal.org through the supporting partner program or organization membership. Soon, we plan to incorporate case studies submitted, DrupalCon sponsorships, and camp sponsorships to help make a more complete picture of how organizations are contributing to our community.
Give it a look and give us your feedback.Front page news: Drupal News
DrupalCI is the next generation testing infrastructure for Drupal. After years of development, DrupalCI has been rolled out for testing Drupal 8 Core and Contrib projects - and will soon be taking over testing Drupal 7 Core and Contrib as well and for Drupal 6 for the duration of its long term support window.
But we need your help!
At this time, DrupalCI is running in parallel with the existing PIFT/PIFR testing architecture. Before we retire the old testing infrastructure we want to ensure that there are no feature regressions in the new DrupalCI system, and that core and contrib developers have had time to learn the new testing architecture and try it out thoroughly.
If you are a maintainer of a contrib module with testing enabled, we will enable DrupalCI testing for your project. At this time, DrupalCI supports testing in D8 Core and Contrib, but D7 and D6 testing will be enabled soon. If you see that DrupalCI testing has been enabled for your project, please provide your feedback in the issue linked below.
To learn more about how to use DrupalCI for automated testing of your project on Drupal.org, please consult this documentation page.How can you provide feedback?
We are collecting feedback on the new testing architecture in this issue: #2534132 - Disable Legacy Testbots and use drupalCI as our testing infrastructure. Please focus your feedback on:
Though DrupalCI is a more flexible and extensible testing architecture, we are not collecting additional feature requests at this time.
If you are a module maintainer, and you are a satisfied that the new DrupalCI tests are meeting your testing needs, you can return to the Automated Testing tab for your project and choose to disable PIFT/PIFR testing, by deleting the specific releases you no longer need tested in the old system:
Learn how to add automated testing to your project…
If you would like to add automated testing to your projects on Drupal.org you can learn more about writing tests with this tutorial.Front page news: Planet DrupalDrupal version: Drupal 6.xDrupal 7.xDrupal 8.x
Because you are building sites and not applications (collections of components). Bourbon and Neat together with the power of SASS will provide the flexibility you need to create powerful themes with the minimal need to override Drupal's HTML output.Installation # From within your drupal installation directory
OBiBa Bootstrap theme for Drupal7
Drupal 7.39 and Drupal 6.37, maintenance releases which contain fixes for security vulnerabilities, are now available for download. See the Drupal 7.39 and Drupal 6.37 release notes for further information.Download Drupal 7.39
Upgrading your existing Drupal 7 and 6 sites is strongly recommended. There are no new features or non-security-related bug fixes in these releases. For more information about the Drupal 7.x release series, consult the Drupal 7.0 release announcement. More information on the Drupal 6.x release series can be found in the Drupal 6.0 release announcement.Security information
We have a security announcement mailing list and a history of all security advisories, as well as an RSS feed with the most recent security advisories. We strongly advise Drupal administrators to sign up for the list.
Drupal 7 and 6 include the built-in Update Status module (renamed to Update Manager in Drupal 7), which informs you about important updates to your modules and themes.Bug reports
Drupal 7.39 and 6.37 were released in response to the discovery of security vulnerabilities. Details can be found in the official security advisory:
To fix the security problem, please upgrade to either Drupal 7.39 or Drupal 6.37.Update notes
See the 7.39 release notes for a list of known issues affecting the Drupal 7 version of this release.Front page news: Planet DrupalDrupal version: Drupal 6.xDrupal 7.x
Jibran Ijaz (jibran) is a Drupal developer, and is the only Drupal Core contributor in Pakistan. A member of Drupal.org since he began building websites in 2010, Jibran has become an important member of both his local community and the greater global Drupal community. The Drupal Association spoke with Jibran over email and asked him a few questions. We’re excited to share the conversation with you.How did you get involved with Drupal and core contribution?
Back in December 2010, I started working as a freelancer on a Drupal 6 site with a friend. It took me a while to understand all the systems like nodes, cck, views, and themes, but I was finally able to find my way. At the time, Drupal 7 RC versions had only just begun being released, so when Drupal 7.0 came out I had to learn a lot of things all over again. For me, the new built-in Entity API and Field API were difficult concepts to understand. It took me a while to understand the changes in theme layer, learn about html.tpl.php, and understand the Render API. These things were so confusing to me that I wound up submitting my first core issue related to documentation.
After going through this learning curve twice, I thought I might as well start learning Drupal 8 now. So I started hanging out in the core issue queue, and began reading a lot of Drupal 8 blog posts on Drupal planet. One day, I read that they were moving all the Drupal Core files to the Core directory and they needed help in re-rolling a lot of trivial patches. I went and found a documentation novice issue in Drupal 8 and helped fix it both for Drupal 8 and for Drupal 7. After that, I was hooked.What do you do with Drupal these days?
I'm a senior Drupal developer for PreviousNext, where I work remotely from Lahore, Pakistan. I mostly work on large Drupal 7 sites, but lately I have started working on a Drupal 8 site as well. It's fun to work with such a great team of front-end developers, back-end developers, and project managers at PreviousNext.
In my free time, I contribute to Drupal. I do a lot of code reviews. Specifically, I love working on Views issues in Drupal 8. I have also been actively involved in a lot of contrib projects and have been helping with porting them to Drupal 8. During the weekends, I enjoy working on dynamic_entity_reference.You’re involved with quite a variety of projects in the Drupal community and in your national Drupal community as well. Can you describe some of the things you do and why you like them?
Ever since my childhood, computers have fascinated me. Even though my bachelor's degree is in Telecommunication Engineering, I always loved coding. This means my involvement with Drupal is almost always related to coding. I enjoy solving bugs, writing patches, and performing code reviews. I also like to get involved in technical discussions related to Drupal, and really enjoy helping others understand difficult Drupal concepts, so I mentor people as well.
In Pakistan, we have a very enthusiastic Drupal community. The Drupal Association has helped us with organizing numerous camps, workshops and training opportunities in different cities all over the country. I wasn’t actively involved with local community until about a year ago when I talked to Donna Benjamin (kattekrab), who was the director of community engagement at PreviousNext at the time. Donna encouraged me to participate a lot more in my local Drupal community, so I took part in my first Drupal Camp at Lahore on 3 May 2014. I was the only core developer there, and my fellow attendees were very appreciative and welcoming. At the camp, I talked about Drupal 8, and everybody loved it. So I’ve been attending ever the Drupal Camp I can get to ever since. I was even a keynote speaker at Drupal camp Islamabad back in April.What’s the coolest project you’ve worked on?
I have worked on a lot of Drupal projects with very complex architecture. It's always fun whenever I get to use a big module like Domain Access, Services, Commerce, Ubercart, Google Maps, or Organic Groups to build features for our clients. It's also fun when I get to build a complex architecture using Drupal API. I'd prefer not to name a specific project, though. It would feel like I'm pointing at my favorite kid.What changes are you most looking forward to in Drupal 8?
Oh! The simple answer is everything. The change form Functional Programming to Object Oriented Programming is the most important thing for me. Personally, I also like the built-in plugins system of Drupal 8 because if you’re familiar with the plugin API, you can easily use it in Blocks, Entities, Fields, Menus, and Views. Even Drupal 8 contrib modules like Rules and Page Manager are doing a lot of amazing things with plugins.What is your favorite thing about the Drupal community?
I love the Drupal community as whole, and am inspired by the fact that we all share the same enthusiasm towards Drupal. It doesn't matter who you are or what the scope of your technical knowledge is — anyone and everyone can make a difference in the community. I spend a lot of time with Drupal developers on IRC, at local and international Drupal events, and I haven't found a single person who isn’t kind and helpful. No matter how many times you ask the same question or a stupid question, everyone always responds very kindly. No one has ever treated me differently because of my religion or region. Every person I have met in the Drupal community has inspired me on some level, irrespective of their contribution in Drupal. That is my favorite thing about the Drupal community.What is your most meaningful Drupal moment?
Drupal has given me a lot of beautiful moments. It's very hard to pick one, so I’ve listed several below.
1. First time I attended DrupalCon. Picture by @lsheydrupal
2. First time I met with webchick
3. First time I got a shout-out from webchick on my Drupal contributions at DrupalSouth
And there are countless other moments, like my keynote at Drupal Camp Islamabad, hanging out with VDC team at DrupalCon code sprint, meeting with the whole PreviousNext team for the first time, and dynamic_entity_reference hacking with Lee Rowlands after the DrupalSouth code sprint.Tell us a little about your background or things that interest you outside Drupal.
Before computers, my first love was math. I like to read, but lately I haven't been able to read many books. I can speak and understand a bit of Arabic, French, and German. I love to learn new stuff and experiences new things in life. I like watching football and Formula1, and I also watch a lot of English TV series and movies. Now I know why I don't have time to read anymore. :D
Now we are working on website of Our Drupal Development Team. We would like to share our theme as simple one page solution that can provide one page anchor navigation out of box without complex admin and coding activity.
Lexus Zymphonies Theme is modern, clean and professionally crafted Drupal theme. It has one, two, three column layouts. This Theme suits for any type of corporate, business, marketing, design studio etc.
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Mbase is modern base theme for drupal 8. Developed to make themers life easier. Themers can create quick layout, child themes are easily color-able, animate-able, iconize-able.Features
Drupal.org users* can now use Two factor authentication to increase the security of their accounts. It can be enabled via Security tab of your user profile page. Read the detailed instructions at Enabling TFA on Drupal.org.
This was made available to Drupal.org admins in May. It is now required for users who have advanced access on Drupal.org. However, every user can benefit from the security that two factor authentication offers.
If you want to make two factor authentication available on your own Drupal site, you can install the TFA module.
* Two factor authentication is available for all users with the 'confirmed user' role. If you don't see 'Security' tab on your profile page, you might be missing the role. Just keep posting content on Drupal.org and it will be granted soon. You can also apply to get the role.Front page news: Planet Drupal
Our Commerce theme is the best way for you to display and sell your products, whatever you sell. It is designed to help making your online selling fast, easy and inexpensive. The theme layout always fits perfect on every screen no matter the size is: desktop, tablet, mobile phone, etc.It’s the best way to start your business and showcase your projects or sell your products.
If you would like to have a commerce website in a several clicks, check out our Commerce Installation Profile. The profile comes built-together with the features for selling products thanks to integrated Drupal Commerce module and consists of well-organized files which makes it easy to modify and customize whatever you want.
To install the theme:
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Clean Corporate theme is a simple and clean multi-purpose theme by ADCI Solutions. It can be used for professional business and corporate sites, portfolios, and promotion of services.
The theme is fully responsive and looks nice from any device.
We’ve packed the theme with a variety of blocks layouts, several page layouts including full-width page, one and two sidebars page, a nice portfolio page and a blog including the comments option.
Clean Corporate theme is very easy to install and use, you can try to install it yourself following the instructions below.
If you would like to have a corporate website in a several clicks, check out our Corporate Installation Profile.
To install the theme:
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I never had so much fun entering data."
That comment is from a recent client meeting of mine. I put a lot of effort into making the content entry forms make sense. Actually, it's not that hard. It requires imaging what content entry will be like, and trying to make it better. Thinking through field naming conventions, labels and help text. Ordering the fields on the content entry forms with intention. And having a good theme — a theme that calms down the visual chaos of these forms.
Welcome to Seven+.
This is an admin theme for Drupal 7. It is a child of the Seven theme, that looks remarkably like Seven. In fact, there's very little to this theme; it's all overrides and bug fixes. Most of what it does only affects content entry forms.
I use this theme on every project I build, so that I can use (and honor) the Seven theme from Drupal 7 — but with an improved content editor experience. Seven+ fixes many of the problem with visual hierarchy that Seven gets once you load up all the needed contrib modules for entering content.
On my sites, I make heavy use of Display Suite for placing content entry forms in two columns. And heavy use of the Chosen module to improve dropdown menus. Seven+ therefore supports both. You can see them in action in the screenshot of before and after.
If you would like to make your content entry form into two columns, use the Display Suite "2-col" or "2-col stacked" layout. I've written code to make them both responsive, and to create a gutter between the two columns. (By default they are fluid, and do not work on narrow screens. And there is zero space between columns. These are weaknesses in Display Suite, not in Seven, but I fix them all here in this theme.)
I'm placing this on Drupal.org so I can more easily organize and maintain changes over time across the multiple projects. I am not trying to grow this into a popular theme. I have no plans to promote or evangelize it's use. There's no grand master plan of theme domination.
If you'd like to use it, feel free. I hope it helps you.
I encourage you to fork this theme and re-write it, making it your own and adding any additional fixes to Seven that you need. It's a great starter kit for that — just install it and start hacking away. You'll be setup with all the files and structure needed to easily override or add to the Seven theme. If you do this, you should probably rename Seven+, claiming it as your own, and giving it your brand.
Or you could, of course, make a child theme of this child theme (turning Seven into a grandparent). That way in the future, you could download new versions of Seven+ and easily absorb any updates I might do.
Either way, please take control of your own fate. Please don't expect me to write CSS to fix all your bugs and problems with Seven. It's pretty likely that I won't be donating my time to do so. The spirit of this theme is for us do what we need, now, and get work done — instead of spending a lot of time in issues on Drupal.org, debating how to fix bugs, trying to teach folks about design, waiting for others to agree or give us permission. Just do it now! Hack this theme up and ship your project into the world working the way you want it to.
That said, if you come up with a better way to do something I'm attempting to do, or smooth out even more Seven bugs (yum), do feel free to submit an issue with a patch. (Or just paste the CSS syntax in the issue itself, if you don't want to/can't make a patch. That's cool with me.) Working together can be awesome.
On July 9th 8pm UTC, Drupal.org migrated to a redundant cluster of 2 servers. This provides failover in the event one server fails.
After the migration Host keys will change and your client might give an error message when pushing to Git. Consult your OS’s documentation on how to fix this error. For most operating systems, the following should remove the errors:ssh-keygen -R git.drupal.org && ssh-keygen -R 188.8.131.52
If you have any questions please raise an issue in the infrastructure issue queue. https://www.drupal.org/project/issues/infrastructure?categories=All
You can follow the progress of the migration at http://twitter.com/drupal_infra
Update: migration was successful
Host keys have changed and your client might give an error message when pushing to Git. The new host key is:2048 16:f5:44:6c:a1:c6:be:72:cd:98:b5:b7:7d:26:d6:14 git.drupal.org (RSA)
Teka is a Drupal theme built for performance, fast development and flexibility by MMDA. Its main purpose is to work as a sub-theme and to ease development by using Gulp tasks, sprite generation, Sass compilation, Sass mixins, the Bourbon Neat grid system and so on.
That's Teka. Easy to install, easy to configure, easy to use. What are you waiting for?
For documentation, visit the hotsite: Teka HotsiteTechnologies:
Download it or use Drush.$ drush dl teka Create a sub-theme
Install Yeoman. Open your terminal and type:$ npm install -g yo
Now you need to install our Yeoman generator and run it.$ npm install -g generator-teka
OK, now that Yeoman has generated all the files that you need, all you have to do is install NPM packages into your generated theme and then run 'gulp' in order to generate and compile all the dist files.$ cd your_theme/
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