Menteb.org, homepage of traveller and photographer Bram De Smet built on Drupal 7.
Theme used: Photofolio
The homepage of The Pickering Public Library of Canada is built on Drupal 7.
The homepage of NetNebulis is built on Drupal 7.
Theme used: Success Inc.
Drupal 8 is due out later this year, and already speculation has begun to mount over what’s going to be included in the new release.
One of the key features everybody is looking forward to is the level of mobile and device compatibility that the highly experienced team of developers are expected to provide.
The history of content management systems on mobile devices is patchy at best, with no real success story to match that of WordPress on desktops. Drupal 8 will focus on this area in an effort to take the lead in this essential and growing field.
What is the Drupal Mobile Initiative about? Read more »
Tag clouds; it’s something we’ve seen users really like as it gives instant access to the most common keywords in your website. So, here’s a quick yet easy-to-follow tutorial on how to create a Drupal Tag Cloud with Views, using Social Style.
We are always doing our best to expand our documentation in ways that are in accordance to your requests, your questions or concerns. We note every single question that comes in, prioritize whatever seems to be bothering (or exciting!) many of you and work on providing more information about it. So, there we go again with a list of new resources added on Support Center for our Chique Theme.
The idea behind Social Style was to build a theme that would be really easy-going. It should be a real asset that’s great for using again and again with all kinds of different websites, with different logos and corporate identities, different content and a variety of visual styles.
So, here’s Social Style. With eleven (yes, 11) built-in color schemes, multiple font stacks to choose from, Views and all sorts of Drupal automations to make the most of, extensive blogging goodness and social media integration, Social Style really is an asset for corporate websites. And it doesn’t end here.
The homepage of UNODATA AntiSpam and Internet Solutions gets a revamp, powered by Drupal 7.
Theme used: Success Inc.
For a while now lots of users in the Drupal community have been asking for drop down menu in our free, responsive Skeleton theme. We listened. The new version of Skeleton comes with support for the Superfish module.
Have a look at the demo, then go grab it yourselves. Hope you enjoy!
The Quick Tabs module - http://drupal.org/project/quicktabs allows you to create blocks of tabbed content, specifically views, blocks, nodes and other quicktabs. Here is a step-by-step tutorial with all the necessary steps to create a block of tabbed View blocks and how to place this block inside a specific page.
Off to the tutorial »