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Louie

Drupal Themes - Fri, 01/19/2018 - 19:13

A ZURB Foundation theme from the great apes at Cheeky Monkey Media.

eStore

Drupal Themes - Thu, 01/18/2018 - 13:53

QuickSeedGCI

Drupal Themes - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 05:47

QuickSeed is a Drupal 8 theme aims to serve on the web as fast as possible. Basically it is designed for Blogger or News websites keeping in mind of search engine friendly and mobile friendly features. There are dedicated blocks for Ad-senses and recommended content by third parties. it provides best reading experience to its users with appropriate font and background color. After All it is responsive, fully optimized and very fast.
Demo: https://quickguide.me/

QuickSeed2017GCI

Drupal Themes - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 05:25

QuickSeed is a Drupal 8 theme aims to serve on the web as fast as possible. Basically it is designed for Blogger or News websites keeping in mind of search engine friendly and mobile friendly features. There are dedicated blocks for Ad-senses and recommended content by third parties. it provides best reading experience to its users with appropriate font and background color. After All it is responsive, fully optimized and very fast.
Demo: https://quickguide.me/

QuickSeedGCI2017

Drupal Themes - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 04:46

QuickSeed is a Drupal 8 theme aims to serve on the web as fast as possible. Basically it is designed for Blogger or News websites keeping in mind of search engine friendly and mobile friendly features. There are dedicated blocks for Ad-senses and recommended content by third parties. it provides best reading experience to its users with appropriate font and background color. After All it is responsive, fully optimized and very fast.
Demo: https://quickguide.me/

Titus

Drupal Themes - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 22:45

Titus is a Drupal 8 administration theme, based on the Seven theme. It's designed to be a modern, seamless and visually pleasing admin experience.

Screenshots

Screenshots are available on Imgur.

Development & Testing

See Titus - Testing Distribution for testing details.

Ven

Drupal Themes - Tue, 01/02/2018 - 03:25

Ven is a clean and simple theme for Drupal 8 blogs.

Features:
- uses 'stable' as base theme
- very light weight (no jquery)
- responsive

Only article content type (intended for blogs) is themed.
More features will be added.

Recommended:
- Place main-menu block on header region.
- Create an image-style that is wide enough and set it for 'article' content type teaser and default displays.

Landing Page for Business apps

Drupal Themes - Sun, 12/31/2017 - 03:14

Landing Page theme will work with Drupal 8.x version.

Single page theme will suitable for Business applications, Startup Web apps etc.,

Btester Admin Theme

Drupal Themes - Sat, 12/30/2017 - 23:09

Btester Theme

Drupal Themes - Sat, 12/30/2017 - 23:06

Bootstrap Light

Drupal Themes - Fri, 12/22/2017 - 04:33

This bootstrap subtheme is designed for ease of use and configuration, while providing a sensible out-of-the-box experience.

Boots RTL

Drupal Themes - Mon, 12/18/2017 - 09:29

boots theme is sub theme to bootstrap. this theme develop to support RTL.

Eventura

Drupal Themes - Fri, 12/08/2017 - 06:42

A Bootstrap theme in Drupal 8 for event landing pages.

SShop

Drupal Themes - Tue, 12/05/2017 - 16:03

Drupal 8 SShop is OPTASY's very first theme provided with in-built support for the Drupal Commerce. It's free to use — designed, from scratch, by OPTASY.com — and it addresses e-commerce websites specifically.

Live Preview

Bootstrap-based, conveniently quick & easy to install and built, from the ground up, with Drupal Commerce in mind!

Curious to see other “samples” of our work or maybe just to be the first to get the latest SShop theme updates? Then simply Like us on Facebook or just Follow us on Twitter. It's there that we share some of our Drupal expertise and keep you updated on the further progress of the SShop theme.

Features
  • Fully responsive.
  • Bootsrap based.
  • Work with the Font Awesome Icons module.
  • The multi-level responsive header menu provided by SmartMenus library.
  • The slideshow on the homepage provided by Views Slideshow module.
  • Included content types into configurations. You will have Blog and Slider content types +
    add fields to the Default Product type.
  • Homepage created with the Page Manager module, using the custom Layout. Feature with Page and Page Variant are included in the theme, under the "SShop homepage feature" section.
Documentation

DrupalCoders - Bootstrap Sass

Drupal Themes - Sun, 12/03/2017 - 21:45

Do you like SCSS? Do you find it hard to start with Bootstrap SASS?

This theme will help you get started with SCSS Bootstrap in minutes. What is DrupalCoders Bootstrap SASS ?

Official Website Here
DrupalCoders Bootstrap SASS intends to improve bootstrap base theme:

1. Creating sub-theme using Drush
2. Adding compilers for SCSS .
3. Improving SCSS files.
4. Adding easy to read media queries.
5. Dropdown Menu for Mobile and Desktop

Purpose of this theme is to easy add SASS sub-themes.

This theme is using Bootstrap as base theme.

Requirements

This theme is using Bootstrap as base theme, you need to download and enable it before installing DrupalCoders theme.
Bootstrap Theme

Installation

1. Install and enable the theme:

drush dl drupalcoders_bootstrap drush en drupalcoders_bootstrap

2. Create a sub-theme using drush dc command:
drush dc [theme-name]
Example:'drush dc mytheme'

4. Install node modules:

cd/path/mytheme npm install

5. Compile and Watch SCSS files:
gulp

Usage

Media Queries are changed to:

$mobile: "screen and (max-width: #{$screen-xs-max})"; $tablet: "screen and (min-width: #{$screen-sm-min})"; $tablet-only: "(min-width: #{$screen-sm-min}) and (max-width: #{$screen-sm-max})"; $normal: "screen and (min-width: #{$screen-md-min})"; $normal-only: "(min-width: #{$screen-md-min}) and (max-width: #{$screen-md-max})"; $large: "screen and (min-width: #{$screen-lg-min})";

In SCSS you can use it like @media #{$tablet} { } to help you style faster.

Recommended Modules:

Ckeditor Bootstrap Buttons
Glyphicons
Bootstrap Layouts
Paragraphs Bootstrap Layouts
Bootstrap Paragraphs
Views_bootstrap

WPTavern: WordCamp US 2017 is Livestreaming All Sessions for Free

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 15:34

WordCamp US is kicking off this morning. If you couldn’t make the journey to Nashville, you can still follow along at home or wherever you are in the world. Livestream Tickets are free on the event’s website. Once you’ve registered for a ticket, head on over to 2017.us.wordcamp.org/live-stream/ and you’ll be able to tune in to the Fiddle Track, Banjo Track, Guitar Track, and the State of the Word (scheduled for Saturday, December 2, at 4PM CST).

WordCamp US will be running three tracks simultaneously for both days of the conference and all sessions will be livestreamed. Check out the schedule to find sessions you want to attend from home. Volunteers will also include captions, which will be embedded within the live stream video. If you have any problems with the stream, the event has a page dedicated to livestream attendees with a backup stream, as well as a troubleshooting page for livestream support.

If you’re following along on Twitter, the WCUS Twitter volunteers will be providing threaded coverage of sessions. This should keep your Twitter stream a little tidier with a kickoff tweet for each session, followed by live coverage threaded under each as replies.

Want to follow along with WCUS coverage at home? It will be easy by following our threaded coverage. Each session will start with a tweet that looks like this, All coverage of that session will be threaded to that kick-off tweet. pic.twitter.com/J0M6jo6GEi

— WordCamp US (@WordCampUS) December 1, 2017

Want to see WCUS hosted near you in 2019/2020? Applications for host cities opened today. If you want to be part of the team that makes WCUS happen in your city, talk to your local WordPress community organizers about filling out an application for the next host city.

Dev Blog: The Month in WordPress: November 2017

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 11:00

The WordPress project recently released WordPress 4.9, “Tipton” — a new major release named in honor of musician and band leader Billy Tipton. Read on to find out more about this and other interesting news from around the WordPress world in November.

WordPress 4.9 “Tipton”

On November 16, WordPress 4.9 was released with new features for publishers and developers alike. Release highlights include design locking, scheduling, and previews in the Customizer, an even more secure and usable code editing experience, a new gallery widget, and text widget improvements.

The follow up security and maintenance, v4.9.1, has now been released to tighten up the security of WordPress as a whole.

To get involved in building WordPress Core, jump into the #core channel in the Making WordPress Slack group, and follow the Core team blog.

Apply to Speak At WordCamp Europe 2018

The next edition of WordCamp Europe takes place in June, 2018. While the organizing team is still in the early stages of planning, they are accepting speaker applications.

WordCamp Europe is the largest WordCamp in the world and, along with WordCamp US, one of the flagship events of the WordCamp program — speaking at this event is a great way to give back to the global WordPress community by sharing your knowledge and expertise with thousands of WordPress enthusiasts.

Diversity Outreach Speaker Training Initiative

To help WordPress community organizers offer diverse speaker lineups, a new community initiative has kicked off to use existing speaker training workshops to demystify speaking requirements and help participants gain confidence in their ability to share their WordPress knowledge in a WordCamp session.

The working group behind this initiative will be meeting regularly to discuss and plan how they can help local communities to train speakers for WordCamps and other events.

To get involved in this initiative, you can join the meetings at 5pm UTC every other Wednesday in the #community-team channel of the Making WordPress Slack group.

Further Reading:

If you have a story we should consider including in the next “Month in WordPress” post, please submit it here.

BuddyPress: BuddyPress 2018 Survey

Wordpress Planet - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:26

What would you like BuddyPress to focus on in 2018? The core team has ideas of where BuddyPress can expand on and your input is important to harness the time and resources of an all-volunteer crew.

The survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete. Be assured that we will not publish your name, email address, nor IP address when we post the results of this survey at BuddyPress.org.

Thank you for your time and cooperation. Your feedback will help us improve BuddyPress for you.

=> Take the 2018 BuddyPress Survey

WPTavern: Gutenberg 1.8 Adds Greater Extensibility for Plugin Developers

Wordpress Planet - Thu, 11/30/2017 - 17:23

Gutenberg 1.8 was released this week with several notable improvements that will give plugin developers more flexibility in extending the editor. It introduces block templates, which developers can use when registering a new custom post type. The block templates define a set of pre-configured blocks that will initialize when a user creates a new post. In the example below, Gutenberg lead engineer Matias Ventura demonstrates what a block template for a book custom post type might look like.

This release also improves the design of the tools menu (toggled by the ellipses at the top of the editor) to have a more lightweight UI that will lend itself better to displaying items added by extensions in the future. The new design displays multiple menu items as a radio group where the selected item shows a checkmark, an approach that Gutenberg designers found to be more intuitive after some research.

Version 1.8 adds the ability for developers to filter allowed block types by specifying an array of type names that can be shown in the inserter component. This capability paves the way for block nesting where developers can define allowed children types. It also allows custom post types to specify which blocks are allowed or restricted, which will be useful for keeping CPTs lean as Gutenberg already has a large number of block types.

The release also improves meta box compatibility with a fallback to the classic editor if Gutenberg detects that the meta box is unsupported. Plugin authors can now explicitly declare Gutenberg incompatibility when registering meta boxes, which will trigger a warning to the end user that explains which meta boxes have caused the fallback to the classic editor.

In addition to all the improvements for extending Gutenberg, version 1.8 makes many small design tweaks, including updated color pickers with color indications and collapsible panels, updated icon and tooltip for table of contents menu, and a new contrast checker for paragraph color options. It also puts block actions back on the block level for the default, while still preserving the option to change it to a fixed toolbar at the top of the screen.

For a full list of all the changes in version 1.8, check out the release post and the changelog on WordPress.org.

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 296 – Gutenberg, Telemetry, Calypso, and More With Matt Mullenweg

Wordpress Planet - Thu, 11/30/2017 - 04:40

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Matt Mullenweg, co-creator of the WordPress project and CEO of Automattic. We discussed a wide range of topics including, his role on the board of directors at GitLab, Telemetry or data-usage gathering in WordPress, and the WordPress Growth Council.

We learned what’s happening with the Mobile teams inside Automattic, the future of Calypso, and the role of Pressable as a testing bed. Last but not least, we find out how beneficial joining HackerOne has been for WordPress and why WordPress.com finally allowed the installation of third-party themes and plugins through its Business Plan.

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