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Friday, July 17, 2015 - 3:34pm

On July 24-26, minor updates will roll out to Stanford Sites for Stanford Framework and Open Framework themes.

  • Stanford Framework 7.x-3.1 *

  • Open Framework 7.x-2.4

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.

This minor release include the following bug fixes:

  • Fix in SUFW for responsive styles for banner-overlay class
  • Fix in OFW for responsive grids using clear-row class at tablet breakpoint

How to receive updated themes

For websites hosted on Stanford Sites: updated themes will be rolled out over July 24-26, 2015. If your website is on Stanford Sites, and is using an earlier version of one of these themes, the updated theme will be enabled automatically.

For websites hosted elsewhere: themes will be available for download July 24, 2015. To download the latest theme versions, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

To see demos and request use of a Stanford-branded theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Stanford Web Services creates and centrally maintains Stanford’s Drupal themes. If you have any questions, please file a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 - 9:50am

We are excited to announce the upcoming March release of our updated mobile-responsive Drupal themes:

  • Stanford Framework 7.x-3.0 (major version release) *

  • Open Framework 7.x-2.3

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.

Some highlights from the upcoming release include:

  • Major version release of Stanford Framework that includes new theme options for a variety of custom style settings and heading background image options
  • Minor update to Open Framework fixing some bugs and enabling theme option to choose newest Font Awesome

To learn more about improvements made in this release, read our changelog on the Stanford Web Services blog.

How to receive updates

For websites hosted on Stanford Sites: updated themes will be rolled out over March 20-22, 2015. If your website is on Stanford Sites, and is using an earlier version of one of these themes, the updated theme will be enabled automatically.

For websites hosted elsewhere: themes will be available for download March 20, 2015. To download the latest theme versions, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

To see demos and request use of a Stanford-branded theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Stanford Web Services creates and centrally maintains Stanford’s Drupal themes. If you have any questions, please file a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 - 8:13am

We are excited to announce the upcoming September release of our updated mobile-responsive Drupal themes:

  • Open Framework 7.x-2.1
  • Stanford Framework 7.x-2.1 *
  • Stanford Wilbur 7.x-2.1 *
  • Stanford Jordan 7.x-2.1 *
  • Stanford Modern 7.x-1.5 and 6.x-1.5 *
  • Stanford Light 7.x-1.0 (New!)
  • Stanford Basic 7.x-1.4 and 6.x-1.4

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.

Some highlights from the upcoming release include:

  • Updates to the Stanford global footer bar links
  • Accessibility improvements to navigation
  • New Stanford Light theme

To learn more about improvements made in this release, read our changelog on the Stanford Web Services blog.

These updated themes will be rolled out to websites hosted on Stanford Sites over September 5-7, 2014, and will be available for download September 5, 2014 for websites using other hosting services. If your site is on Stanford Sites and is already using one of these themes, you will get the updated theme enabled automatically.

To see demos of each theme and request use of a Stanford-branded theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Stanford Web Services creates and centrally maintains Stanford’s Drupal themes. If you have any questions, please file a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.

 

Monday, October 14, 2013 - 9:05am

We are excited to announce the upcoming October 19th release of our updated mobile-responsive Drupal 7 themes:

  • Open Framework
  • Stanford Framework*
  • Stanford Wilbur*
  • Stanford Jordan*

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.

Some highlights from the upcoming release include:

  • Accessibility improvements of search, skip links, and color contrast
  • New theme option for mobile responsive content order
  • Major bug fix for jQuery version conflict

To learn more about improvements made in this release, read our changelog on the Stanford Web Services blog.

These updated themes will be available starting October 19th for websites hosted on Stanford Sites, as well as by download for websites using other hosting services. If your site is on Stanford Sites and is already using one of these themes, you will get the updated theme enabled automatically.

To see demos of each theme and request use of a Stanford-branded theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Stanford Web Services creates and centrally maintains Stanford’s Drupal 7 themes on a quarterly update schedule. If you have any questions, please file a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - 5:18pm

We are excited to announce the release of four new mobile-responsive Drupal 7 themes. The following themes are now available to the Stanford community:

  • Open Framework — a responsive, full-featured base theme that uses Twitter Bootstrap styles. It does not include Stanford branding.
  • Stanford Framework * — a base theme specifically designed for Stanford that includes approved Stanford branding and styles.
  • Stanford Wilbur * — a robust, stylized subtheme based on Stanford Framework. Ready to use without any additional styling.
  • Stanford Jordan * — a robust, stylized subtheme based on Stanford Framework. Ready to use without any additional styling.

These themes are available now for websites hosted on Stanford Sites, Drupal on the Collaboration Tools Installer, as well as by download for websites using other hosting services.

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.

Stanford Web Services creates and centrally maintains Stanford’s Drupal 7 themes. Going forward we plan to roll out quarterly updates for our family of Drupal themes.

If you are considering migrating from Stanford Modern (or any other non Open Framework based theme) to one of the new themes, please read this article on things to consider when migrating to the new Open Framework family of themes.

If you have any questions, please file a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.

Monday, April 8, 2013 - 11:17am

On April 9th, 2013 there will be an update to the Stanford Modern themes for Drupal 6, Drupal 7, Wordpress, and Dreamweaver (HTML). The Stanford Modern theme is being revised to incorporate the new Stanford identity guidelines:

  • Use of the updated Stanford identity marks
  • New Stanford identity fonts
  • An expanded color palette
  • Use of the new Stanford Universal Footer from the Identity Toolkit
  • A smaller feature banner on the homepage

You can preview the revised Stanford Modern theme at http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu/stanford-modern

For more information about the Stanford identity guidelines, visit http://identity.stanford.edu

Drupal 6 and Drupal 7:
The Stanford Modern theme on Stanford Sites will be updated automatically to the new identity on April 9th. After the update you will no longer be able to use the previous version of the theme.

The new version of the Stanford Modern theme for the Collaboration Tools Installer (CTI)  will be available through the CTI Upgrader on April 9th. You will need to run the upgrader to update your site to the new identity. If you do not run the upgrader, the look and feel of your site will not change. You are encouraged to use this newly updated Stanford Modern theme on your site.

Wordpress and HTML:
The updated Stanford Modern theme will also be available on April 9 for Wordpress and as Dreamweaver Templates from http://webdesign.stanford.edu, and will be made available for Wordpress via Collaboration Tools Installer at a future date.

If you have any questions, please submit a HelpSU request at http://helpsu.stanford.edu/helpsu.cgi?pcat=webdesign and we will respond as soon as possible.
 

Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 11:22am

We are excited to announce the upcoming April 9th release of four new mobile-responsive Drupal 7 themes for the Stanford community:

  • Open Framework — a responsive, full-featured base theme that uses Twitter Bootstrap styles. It does not include Stanford branding.
  • Stanford Framework * — a base theme specifically designed for Stanford that includes approved Stanford branding and styles.
  • Stanford Wilbur * — a robust, stylized subtheme based on Stanford Framework. Ready to use without any additional styling.
  • Stanford Jordan * — a robust, stylized subtheme based on Stanford Framework. Ready to use without any additional styling.


These themes will be available starting April 9th for websites hosted on Stanford Sites, Drupal on the Collaboration Tools Installer, as well as websites using other hosting services.

* Stanford-branded themes will be available by request for official university group and department websites.

To see demos of each theme and to learn more about the upcoming release, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu

If you want to see these themes in action, join us at Stanford Drupal Camp, April 5-6 at the Stanford Law School. Here are two sessions not to miss:

(Haven’t registered yet for Drupal Camp? It’s not too late! Register now)

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