theming

Gman's picture

Drupal Theme Update | AboutAirportParking.com

Employment type: 
Contract
Telecommute: 
Allowed

The original theme implementer for www.aboutairportparking.com used a tables based layout that we would like to get rid of. We are looking for a CSS styler who knows Drupal theming to quickly update the main site layout to a tableless theme. Needs to look the same, just without all the tables.

This is a short job that we want done this month.

There are 46 template files (most are really small, only 6 are page/node templates) that can potentially be updated, along with the style sheets. I have a brief document details the work needed that has been attached.

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stephthegeek's picture

Themes + Panels 3

As you might have noticed, there's a new 2.x-dev branch out of Acquia Marina that includes layouts and styles for Panels 3 among other things: http://drupal.org/node/472094

We'd particularly love to hear from anyone who has tried out this new feature.

For those in the Bay Area who are interested in this topic, we'll be discussing Panels 3 theming at BADCamp this Saturday afternoon: http://badcamp.net/session/theming-panels-3

damian-gdo's picture

Beginners Guide to Theming

Hi all,
I've been trying to design my own theme. Can anybody recommend a basic guide to theming on Drupal 6 - the more basic the better. Idiot proof is best. Any suggestions welcome.
Cheers,
Damian

jdwfly's picture

Creating a backend interface to registration (theming a drupal form)

Basically we have a registration page on our site for a van shuttle that runs at several different times. A person can go to this form and select the time for the shuttle along with some other options. These are stored in a separate table (called shuttle), but I need to make a nice admin interface for this. I want something along the lines of the user admin page that has a table with the information in rows and checkboxes down the side. There also needs to be a drop-down with actions in it (i know how to do that).

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gadehans's picture

Theming a node several ways

Theming a node in the node.tpl.php only gives you to options, full page view or teaser! What do you do, if you want to theme the same node in several different ways depending on what region the node is shown in?

The thing I'm trying to do is, to have a node (an article) be a top story in the "Top story" region one day, and another story in another region the other. That is, I want to be able to theme a node differently depending on region.

I would like to do it in node.tpl.php, but as I see it, there are no variables available in a node that can tell you what region the node is in.

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duvien's picture

A theming session for next meetup?

There's been quite a lot of request for a Zen theming session (http://drupal.org/project/zen) so wanted to know if this is something that most of you will be keen to come along to? if there is enough people that wish to attend, i'll see what can be done, ie:

  • A date most of you can attend
  • A free venue to host the session or any company wanting to sponsor this event.

If you would like to contact me direct to discuss this further, please use: http://drupalscotland.org/contact

Thanks,

epiraces's picture

Front-End Developer / Designer | Global Advocacy Project

Employment type: 
Contract
Telecommute: 
Allowed

I'm looking for a front-end designer and themer for an exciting global project. The ideal candidate has been working with Drupal for years and has a great portfolio of visually stunning sites. We are looking for someone that can also help us with the initial design exploration and concepting of the idea. NYC based ideally. Interested? Shoot me an email -> enrique at purposecampaigns.com :-) [This will be for a few weeks and we are expected to start as soon as possible!]

deeporange1's picture

Do you think it would be helpful to invite the g.d.o community to provide input during the development phase of public themes?

Yes: More POV is good for development
44% (4 votes)
No: Let em wait to see the results
11% (1 vote)
You must be crazy
44% (4 votes)
Not sure
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 9
olga's picture

Drupal Developer | CodeLevelUp.com

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

Hi Guys!

Let me know if you would be interested in a permanent full time position in Boston. It's close to the T, so it's an easy commute.

  • Drupal Modules
  • Drupal Themes
  • General Server and IT knowledge required

Also looking for DC and Seattle. If you know of anyone...spread the love!

Thanks!

Olga Enger

olga@codelevelup.com

luco's picture

on installing and theming

hey all,

I've (not so) recently published two videos on how I intend to make D7 easier on the newbies.

I focus on two key aspects: getting Drupal up and running and making Drupal look like your own.

though they have been viewed a few times now - and tagged accordingly, I hope - it had slipped my mind to divulge them here ¬¬

I hope this post helps foster some much-needed discussion on my wireframes. I mean, it's not that I didn't show mom and she thought they looked nice, but I need some unbiased, professional second opinions. LOL

so here's the links:

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