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New releases for Stanford Drupal themes, August 2016

We’re excited to announce the August 2016 release of our updated mobile-responsive Drupal 7 themes:

  • Open Framework 7.x-2.5

  • Stanford Framework 7.x-3.2*

  • Stanford Wilbur 7.x-3.0*

  • Stanford Jordan 7.x-3.0*

* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites. To request use of a Stanford-branded theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

How to receive updates

For websites hosted on Stanford Sites: updated themes will be rolled out August 23rd through the 26th, 2016. 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 August 23, 2016. To download the latest theme versions, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Changelog

Below are improvements made to the themes since the last release (July 2015).

Open Framework 7.x-2.5

New functionality

  • Added responsive print styles
  • Removed @page dimensions to allow for landscape printing

Bug fixes

  • Updated targeting of views-grid-* classes to be more succinct and endless
  • Matched print viewport to desktop screen viewport
  • New page template for views groupings to address content flow issue: added grouping div and H2

Stanford Framework 7.x-3.2

New functionality

The newest version of Stanford Framework includes several new options for displaying organization signature lockups, a new design option, and new regions:

  • Added site title theme options to accommodate the different organization signature lockups at Stanford
  • Added Vivid design style in theme options
  • Added full-width top and full-width bottom block regions

Bug fixes

  • Fixed incorrect header brand bar padding in mobile view

Stanford Wilbur

New functionality

  • Added full-width top and full-width bottom block regions

Stanford Jordan

New functionality

  • Added full-width top and full-width bottom block regions

Have a question or concern?

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’ll respond as soon as possible.

We're excited to bring these new theme developments and improvements to the community. We appreciate your support!

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