[Product-Developers] Request for help: plone.app.theming template theme

Dylan Jay djay at pretaweb.com
Fri Sep 30 01:00:57 UTC 2011

The following is actually a nice html.


It's what they call a responsive or adaptive design in that its layout  
degrades from 3 to 2 to 1 cols depending on the width.
It's accessibility compliant and resonably generic.

We're about to implement a diazo theme based on this theme so we could  
produce a more generic version of it as an example.

Dylan Jay
Technical Solutions Manager
PretaWeb: Multisite Performance Support
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On 29/09/2011, at 5:54 PM, Martin Aspeli wrote:

> All,
> As some of you may have seen, we're working on a more user friendly,  
> powerful theme editor, PLIP'd for Plone 4.3: http://www.screenr.com/b1Rs
> As part of this, we want to ship with a "template" theme that is  
> used as the starting point when people create new themes through the  
> web. Right now, we have a very basic theme that's just a  
> placeholder, but we want one that is:
>  - Very clean HTML, CSS and rules
>  - Uses best-practice Diazo rules and techniques (see http:// 
> diazo.org, http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.app.theming)
>  - Visually simple and easy to customise (e.g. no gaudy colours or  
> unconventional layouts)
>  - Feature complete (e.g. supports editing, portlets, personal bar,  
> colophon etc)
> Is there anyone willing to work with us to complete this in the next  
> few weeks?
> If you want to test the theme editor, it's in the optilude-ace  
> branch at http://github.com/plone/plone.app.theming
> Cheers,
> Martin
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