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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Drupal 6 themes and tools

Of the themes I have downloaded that work with Drupal 6 Four Seasons and Bluebreeze look worth pursuing. Transferring over the style sheet used in Drupal 5 with Denver caused quite a few problems as expected. Commenting out some of the global styles one-by-one and noting the effects can't avoid the sense of work to be done. Here is D-6 Bluebreeze:

BlueBreeze theme
In the above image, the panel on the left is one of the modules downloaded and enabled. There are no more than two users at present, so I'll disable this for future use. The fixed-width version of Bluebreeze may be needed as off to the right there's yet another tab - 'Book'. I'm going to bring over the draft glossary page, it might prompt me to add some terms.

One of the tools that should prove itself has placed a tick box 'Themer info' in the lower left corner of the screen as illustrated below.

Themer InfoWhen activated you:

Click on any element to see information about the Drupal theme function or template that created it.

There's a problem though when I try to access 'modules' -

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 16777216 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 347727 bytes) in C:\....module on line 1291.


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