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25 beautiful Drupal themes

31
Mar
2009

From many sides I hear that Drupal sites and themes are ugly, which is partly true, but I took a closer look at Drupal.org themes and handpicked 25 best designed Drupal 6 themes, to prove that Drupal can be beautiful even using standard themes that you can find on drupal.org website. In this post I provided a link to every theme's project page on drupal.org, download link and live demo link. Please note, that download links link to current theme release, which can change in the future, so use project page link (theme title in this post) in the future and download themes from there to keep them up to date.

Absynthe

  • Supports site name, slogan, title, search box, shortcut icon, and primary links.
  • CSS based, tableless design, fixed width layout with 2 columns.
  • Quick edit and delete links, custom search form design.

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Tags: drupal, free, theme

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Obama's campaign ripped-off by Slovak presidential candidates?

26
Mar
2009

Next Saturday - April 4th. - Slovak citizens will elect their new president. I took a closer look at websites of two main candidates and their unofficial support campaigns. I was pretty surprised and disappointed, when I realized the obvious similarity of their campaigns with pres. Obama's campaign and websites.

Iveta Radicova

Inspiration of Iveta Radicova's website is more then obvious - same color scheme, font usage, design elements as http://www.change.gov and http://www.barackobama.com. I understand that Slovak and US national colors are same: blue, red and white, and site design is not a complete rip-off, but using almost same background gradient, main content border, footer links design and colors for presidential candidate's website as other - probably best known -  presidental candidate in history is probably too much to be an accident. {C}

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