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New releases for Stanford Drupal themes, October 2013

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.

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 theme, visit http://drupalthemes.stanford.edu.

Changelog

Below are improvements made to the themes since the last release (April 2013).

Open Framework

Accessibility improvements

  • Added accessibility improvements to search box
  • Added accessibility improvements to skip navigation links

New functionality

  • Added theme option for displaying main content before sidebar content in mobile
  • Added equal-height column behavior via "column" class
  • Added responsive support for iframes and video players via the "video-player" class

Bug fixing

  • Added logic to node.tpl.php to not output the node content if it is empty
  • Added jQuery Update module compatibility in core jQuery replacement behavior
  • Updated theme option logic for showing and hiding of breadcrumbs
  • Fixed theme option for using a photo image for body background

Updated packages

  • Updated to Font Awesome 3.2.1
  • Added Font Awesome IE 7 support
  • Updated HTML5 Shiv to version 3.6.2
  • Updated jQuery migrate to version 1.2.1

Style/Cross-browser improvements

  • Restored Bootstrap's pull-right class float:right behavior blocks in the navigation region
  • Updated CSS classes for float-right, collapsible fieldsets, and images
  • Added collapsed class to navbar
  • Made search box styles work outside of the search box region
  • Made float styles available in WYSIWYG preview

Stanford Framework

Accessibility improvements

  • Added accessibility improvements to search box
  • Added accessibility improvements to skip navigation links
  • Increased contrast for primary link color to meet color contrast guidelines

Style/Cross-browser improvements

  • Added support for content styles to show in WYSIWYG preview
  • Added "active-trail" styles for nested menu items
  • Updated mobile display of site titles first and second line content
  • Made it harder to accidentally change Stanford brand bar styles
  • Miscellaneous styles cleanup on menus, block elements, and pager
  • Changed all instances of bold to font-weight:600; for cross-browser support
  • Updated styles on Admin Shortcuts region
  • Optimized the display of main menu items in IE 8

Stanford Wilbur

  • Optimized Stanford logo images in brand bars for retina displays
  • Added new "block-title-style" class for making h2 inside a block look like the block title
  • Added "active-trail" styles for nested menu items
  • Removed max-width on block well images

Stanford Jordan

  • Optimized Stanford logo images in brand bars for retina displays
  • Added new "block-title-style" class for making h2 inside a block look like the block title
  • Added "active-trail" styles for nested menu items

Have a concern?

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.

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