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Zeropoint Zero Point is the most advanced theme developed by physicians to prove the pleasure of Drupal theming. It is a clean business theme optimized for e-commerce with Ubercart. The initial version of the theme was designed for Eureko Romania and it was further developed to be ideal for a wide range of sites, from blogs to corporate sites. Zero Point comes in 7 colour styles and advanced theme settings features. It validates XHTML 1.0 Strict /CSS 2, and it is cross-browser compatible. Live multilingual demos of different theme's colors and variations at: EUREKO, ECOimm, Boaz Broker, to name a few. The Zero Point project page is the place to download the last official release and go to get help, submit feature requests, and report bugs. Before you post to the issue queue be sure to check that the issue or bug you want to report hasn't already been reported and/or fixed. Please, provide a detailed explanation (link, screenshots, etc) of the issue you would like help with or the bug that you have found. Layout features 1, 2, or 3 column layout with adaptive width based on "The Jello Mold Piefecta Layout"; 17+1 collapsible block regions; 7 colour styles; built-in IE transparent PNG fix; jQuery CSS image preload (optional); RTL support; Fixed / Variable width sidebars (optional); Round corners for page elements and primary menu (optional); Block icons (optional); Page icons (optional); SuckerFish Drop-down primary links menu (optional); Primary links menu position (center, left, right); Helpful body classes (unique classes for each page, term, website section, browser, etc.); Full breadcrumb; Works perfect in Multilingual installations. Advanced theme settings features In order to fine-tune Zero Point, go to Layout settings Style - Choose a colour palette from 7 options: Zero Point (default), Sky, Nature, Ivy, Ink, Sangue and Lime. More colour options to come. Layout width - Adaptive width, fluid width and fixed width. Sidebars' layout - Fixed width sidebars or variable width sidebars (wide or narrow). Themed blocks option. Block icons - Choose between none, 32x32 pixel icons and 48x48 pixels icons. Page icons - Choose a layout with or without page icons. Menu style - Two-level Static or SuckerFish drop-down menu. Menu position - Center, left or right. Rounded corners - Option to have rounded corners in all browsers but IE. Header image rotator jQuery CSS image preload - Choose a colour. General settings Mission statement - Display mission statement only on front page or on all pages; Display Breadcrumb; Username - Display "not verified" for unregistered usernames; Search results - Customize what should be displayed on the search results page. Node settings Author & date - display author's username and/or date posted; Taxonomy terms - How to display (or not) vocabularies and category terms. Search engine optimization (SEO) settings Page titles - Format the title that displays in the browser's title bar; Meta tags. Module support This theme can support virtually any module. The design has been optimised and it has been heavily tested for the following modules: AdSense, Advanced Forum, Blockquotes, CAPTCHA, CCK, Fivestar, Gallerix, Gallery Assist, Google_cse, Google_groups, Gmaplocation, i18n, Image, ImageCache, Panels, Pathauto, Lightbox2, Logintoboggan, Print, Simplenews, Thickbox, ÜBERCART, Views, Wysiwyg (TinyMCE and FCKeditor), Weather. Sidebars dimensions The sidebars layout switch in theme settings allows to choice fixed or variable width sidebars. The maximum with available for sidebars is as follow: | left | right | both ...| ----------------------------------------------------------------- | 250 | 300 | 160-234 | Variable asyimmetrical sidebars (wide) ----------------------------------------------------------------- | 160 | 234 | 160-234 | Fixed asyimmetrical sidebars (wide) ----------------------------------------------------------------- | 230 | 280 | 140-214 | Variable asyimmetrical sidebars (narrow) ----------------------------------------------------------------- | 140 | 214 | 140-214 | Fixed asyimmetrical sidebars (narrow) ----------------------------------------------------------------- | 155 | 155 | 155-155 | Equal width sidebars (custom) ----------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Do not exceed the available width (especially with images) or IE6 will not behave so the sidebars may drop. Using static or SuckerFish drop-down menu The menu can either be a two-level static menu or a suckerfish drop-down menu. Out of the box the theme use the static menu. If you go to /admin/build/menu/settings and choose the source for the primary links and the source for the secondary links to be primary links then secondary links will display the appropriate second level of your navigation hierarchy. This setting offer to easy customize the look of each menu item, if desired. Choose "Suckerfish" to enable support for Suckerfish drop menus. Note: Go to /admin/build/menu and expand all parents in your primary menu. The menu position left (default), center or right can be selected using the "menu position" selector in the theme's setting page. KNOWN ISSUES: In order to avoid Opera's rendering problems, SuckerFish position can be only left or right. Theme's icons There are options to select page icons and block icons. It is possible to display only some from the block icons. To do that the respective block title must be disabled from the blocks page. Custom folder Zero Point comes with a _custom folder and a custom-style.css file in it. This approach allows you to customize the look and feel of the theme without changing the theme's css files. When updating the code of the theme just upload all the theme files but the _custom folder. There are also important clues in custom-style.css about customization.  

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Newswire Newswire is a multi column, tableless, fixed width layout theme. It can support 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns out of the box - the main content region will expand and contract depending on which columns are active. The default width is 960px. Newswire comes in 7 different styles, supports a Suckerfish drop menu and has many additional regions designed to fit standard size advertising banners or other content. Most of this information can be found in the README that comes with Newswire. This page includes some additional information about how to display of the site name and logo at the same time - normally Newswire will only display one or the other depending on the theme settings. 1. Download Newswire theme from 2. Unpack the downloaded file, take the entire newswire folder (which includes the README.txt file and all the themes files) and place it in your Drupal installation under one of the following locations: sites/all/themes - making it available to the default Drupal site and to all Drupal sites in a multi-site configuration. sites/default/themes - making it available to only the default Drupal site. sites/ - making it available to only the site if there is a sites/ configuration file. 3. Log in as an administrator on your Drupal site and go to Administer > Site building > Themes (admin/build/themes), where you can enable Newswire and set it as the default theme. 4. Theme Settings. Go to Administer > Site building > Themes > Configure > Newswire (admin/build/themes/settings/newswire) and configure settings for the Newswire theme. All features are supported but you can only display a logo OR the site name. If the logo is checked, newswire will display the logo - you must un-check logo to display the site name in the header. Please see below for tips on how to show both the logo and the site name. Setting the default style: On the theme settings page, scroll to the bottom and you will see a new drop menu - select your desired theme style sheet and save your settings. Customising the styles: There are two style sheets to you can customise to make your own theme, newswire_custom-gray.css and newswire_custom-tan.css. The custom stylesheets are located in the /css/ folder in the Newswire theme directory. The Gray theme has gray blocks, tables and highlights and the Tan has tan blocks, tables and highlights. Follow the instructions at the top of the style sheet (search and replace colors as per the instructions). This will modify all the necessary colours including the Suckerfish drop menus. 5. Blocks. Go to Administer > Site building > Blocks (admin/build/block/list/newswire) and configure your block settings. Newswire has 4 columns and multiple additional regions - see the main screen shot at for a visual overview of all the regions. A region will only become active if a block is placed within it, this includes the 3 sidebars - Left, Right_2 (inside right) and Right and all the additional advertising regions. 6. Default Avatar. If you would like to use the anonymous users avatar supplied with the theme, go to User management > User setting (admin/user/settings), enable pictures for users and paste in the path "sites/all/themes/newswire/images/avatar.png". Modify the path if you have installed newswire in a different directory. Newswire is designed to support user pictures/avatars of the default size (85x85px), if you change this you may need to modify the CSS in styles.css, line ~479 e.g.   div.comment-content.with-picture { margin-left: 95px; /* modify the margin as requried */ } 7. Suckerfish Drop Menus. The first thing you must do is disable Primary links in the theme settings. If you don't your menu won't show up. Create your menu with the standard Drupal menu system. Make sure all menu entries are set to "expanded". Place the menu block in the Suckerfish region, be sure to set the block title as . The menu will automagically become a drop menu. 8. Customizing the Layout. Newswire is built on top of a flexible theme framework. You should study the CSS, in particular layout.css, layout-DEV.css, page.tpl.php and template.php. layout-DEV.css is the full theme framework, while the layout.css is just a subset that is actually used by Newswire. How to show the site name and the logo at the same time To show the site name and the logo you need to open up page.tpl.php and modify some of the php code. Step 1: Take away this (starts around line 43); if ($logo) { print $logo; } else { print $site_name; } ?> And replace it with this:   print $logo; print $site_name; ?> Step 2: Open up template.php and on lines 119 and 127 (approx) look for this code: elseif ($vars['site_name']) and take away "else", i.e., if ($vars['site_name']) You may want to consider changing the HTML for the logo to DIV tags for the front page (both will display in H1 tags otherwise). To do this simply change the H1 on line 117 (for the logo) to DIV tags. You will need to apply new CSS styles as they will now appear stacked on top of each other.  


  Danland was created by Danang Probo Sayekti for Danetsoft. You can found the theme at htp:// To get help, submit feature requests, and report bugs you can go to Danland project page. To avoid duplicates, please check whether your problem has been reported or solved. Give information about the help you need or problem you have with details (link, screenshots, etc), so this will make it easier to anyone who will help you. Demo - Regions Until now, Danland has 14 regions for placing content. Here are the regions: Preface top - only displayed on frontpage Preface first Preface middle Preface last Content top Left sidebar Right sidebar Content middle Content bottom Bottom 1 Bottom 2 Bottom 3 Bottom 4 Footer Layout Danland has a different layout sizes between 2 columns and 3 columns, especially on the sidebar and main content column. At 3 column layout, sidebar size is 21% and the main content column size is 54%. And for 2 column layout, sidebar size is 26% and the main content column size is 68%. Wide image banner In this theme you'll find a very large banner image. The transparent white image in the bottom can be activated by turning on the site's mission statement. Creating rounded corner for the banner Background of the banner image is a degradation color, and to make rounded corners on the image requires a different way. This step if you are using Photoshop. First open the picture you want as a banner for your website, create a 950x355px size Open the original image from danland banner Enlarge both image reached the maximum size First point on the lower left side of the danland banner, there will appear three color points Having seen, then select the Eyedropper tool to take samples of the colors (you must do one by one to get maximum results) After obtaining the sample color, then select the Pencil Tool Move to your image, and give color the lower left side of your images with the exact position using the Pencil Tool. Do that to every corner of your image. local.css You do not need to change the style.css to modify the theme because Danland include local.css. The file name is local_sample.css, and to use it; change the local_sample.css to local.css. Don't forget to uncomment the call to local.css in By restricting your css changes to local.css your changes will not be overwritten when upgrading to a new version of the theme.  

Chai Garam   Regions There are 20 regions available in ChaiGaram for placing blocks of content. The regions are as follows: Menu Banner 1 Top 1 Top 2 Top 3 Banner 2 Right Sidebar User 1 User 2 Banner 3 Content Banner 4 User 3 User 4 Banner 5 Bottom 1 Bottom 2 Bottom 3 Banner 6 Copyright- footer  





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