I consider use of a base theme to be Level 2 theming because this should mean that you've either grown enough or failed enough as a themer to want to do things the Drupal way. That means no longer hacking core ...
In Level 1 we introduce the anatonmy of the theme and the files you'll find within. We walk through creating your own basic theme and introduce the concept of sub-theming. In the "evolution of a themer", this i ...
Co-presented by Andrew Berry , Lullabot. The trend towards a "mobile first" use of the web is showing no signs of slowing down. It's no longer enough to have websites that are functional on mobile. They must wo ...
There are a number of contributed modules that take advantage of jQuery plugins and HTML5 that can take your site from stale-and-flat to interactive-and-fun. In this session I'll highlight a few of my favorites ...
Other Presenters: Carl Wiedemann of GVS & Joe Shindelar of Lullabot Drupal puts ultimate control in the hands of the themer. Use the power to the fullest by finding out the key differences in the newest and gre ...
I love theming Drupal sites. Yes, I realize that means I’m a super nerd. Drupal’s theme layer with its system of overrides is powerful. It works so well that I rarely need a starter theme, like Zen , Basic , Fr ...
Drupal 6 provides many avenues to modify its appearance, including ways to theme a form. Recently I themed all node edit forms at once. I will share here how I did it. The usual route to theme a node edit form, ...
Perusing the themes available on drupal.org reveals that there are over seven starter themes for Drupal 6 in addition to Zen, the original "starter" theme for Drupal. Starter or "base" themes are a class of the ...