Pixture Reloaded Drupal Theme is a re-colorable theme powered by Adaptivetheme and inherits all its features such as mobile support, highly configurable layout, responsive menus and many theme settings.
The Drupal 8 version additionally enables you to clone the theme should you want to make major changes – use the Theme Generator that ships with Adaptivetheme D8.
Pixture Reloaded Drupal Theme uses the color module (like Bartik). This allows you to modify the color of the theme to your liking. There are preset color combination’s and you can generate your own by using the color picker on the theme settings page.
The theme ships with 18 regions and you can add unlimited regions and set layout for them in the theme settings. You can include format proposals utilizing the Layout Page Generator and set responsive designs for them – this makes it very easy to have a unique layout for your front page, taxonomy pages and so on.
Similarly as with all ATD8 themes it includes numerous CSS short-codes to change different choices for squares, locales and so forth. Slideshows are simple theme settings and a code snippet to paste into blocks, nodes, or anywhere you like.
Setting up repository for the first time
git clone --branch master https://git.drupal.org/project/pixture_reloaded.git
The headings below are not sequential. What you choose to do depends on where you are in your process.
Checking your repository status
To see what you will commit by running
git commit and what you could commit by running
git add before running
Switching to a different branch
When you clone the repository you have access to all the branches and tags. The first command shows your choices. The second command makes the switch. See branching and tagging for details.
git branch -a
git checkout [branchname]
Getting ready to create or apply patches
If you have not already cloned the repository, follow the directions above for setting up this repository in your local environment. Be sure you are on the branch you wish to patch, then ensure it is up-to-date with the following command:
git pull origin master
Creating a patch
For most improvements, use the following command after making your changes:
git diff > [description]-[issue-number]-[comment-number].patch
For more complex improvements that require adding/removing files, work over the course of multiple days including Git commits, or collaboration with others, see the Advanced patch workflow.
Applying a patch
Download the patch to your working directory. Apply the patch with the following command:
git apply -v [patchname.patch]
To avoid accidentally including the patch file in future commits, remove it:
When you’re done: Reverting uncommited changes
Revert changes to a specific file:
git checkout [filename]
Revert changes to the whole working tree:
git reset --hard