Move or hide regions and blocks in mobile devices

Most of us are painfully aware that Mobile Tools is not ready for Drupal 7 at this time, which leaves us kind of stuck for a general solution for controlling region and block visibility in mobile browsers. After the 476'th feature/support request for this in Adaptivetheme 7.x-3.x I finally relented and at the eleventh hour (its about to be released as stable), I added these features, and more, to be precise.

OK, in a nutshell, you can (via theme settings)...

Zero Bug Policy

Adaptivethemes has a zero bug policy. This means any bugs reported or identified in the core Adaptivetheme (AT Core), core sub-theme (AT Sub-theme) or included admin theme (AT Admin) take full priority and are fixed immediately. In the case a bug cannot be fixed immediately (within one day) all efforts are made to fix the issue in a timely manner. In addition every effort is made to answer all reported issues within one working day.

Mobile First Design with Adaptivetheme

This article will delve into mobile first responsive web design - what it is and how you can execute mobile first design using the tools provided by Adaptivetheme 7.x-3.x. I will assume you know something about theme or front end development and probably have a reasonable grasp of Drupal theming concepts and responsive web design.

Last updated 5th June, 2012 - 12:37pm

Basic Views Slideshow

First you must have all the right modules installed - there is documentation on how to do this here: http://drupal.org/node/903244. Ok so assuming you have everything installed and you're ready to start building your first slideshow using Views, Views Slideshow and Drupal.

Overview

In this tutorial we are going to:

Last updated 28th February, 2012 - 12:14pm

Views Slideshow

Views Slideshow is a Drupal module that can be used to create slideshows of any content that can appear in a view. It works in tandem with the Views module.

Here you will find a number of tutorials on how to create a slideshow using Views, Views Slideshow and Adaptivetheme, in particular our premium themes - as these have some built in support for Views Slideshow to make this easier.

Last updated 28th February, 2012 - 12:14pm

AT Memento

This is our stunning new Memento theme. Memento ships with three beautiful color schemes and is compatible with the upcoming release of Adaptivetheme 7.x-2.x with full mobile browser support - including iPhone, iPad and Adroid devices.

Please note: The current demo for Memento is not complete, due to the unique nature of the front page we will be putting up the real demo shortly, and provide this as an additional download.

Using template overrides

One of the first thing a lot of themers want to do is override templates. Sub-themes fully support template overrides and this is a short guide to help you understand how to do this correctly in Adaptivetheme sub-themes.

Selecting Templates

Adaptivetheme for Drupal 7 is HTML5 and includes many template overrides in the core theme that have been converted to use HTML5. When selecting templates to override you should always look in the core base theme first, to see if an override exists already, and if so copy it for inclusion in your sub-theme.

Last updated 5th May, 2012 - 5:03am

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