Skeleton Drupal Theme

Skeleton Drupal Theme by More than (just) Themes is a free responsive theme, built upon the Skeleton Boilerplate. It has been inspired by the excellent Skeleton WordPress theme, which was designed by Simple themes.

Skeleton theme has been ported to Drupal and is supported by More than (just) Themes, as part of our ongoing effort to bring top quality themes to Drupal community.


  • Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Drupal Theme based on Skeleton Boilerplate
  • Color module integration (with 2 extra Color Schemes)
  • 1-column, 2-columns and 3-columns layout support
  • Column Shortcodes with Media Queries (one_third, one_fourth, two_thirds, one_half)
  • Superfish module Support
  • Linked Superfish menu colors with Color core module
  • Multi-level CSS dropdown menus
  • jQuery Responsive Menu Plugin which turns your site’s navigation into a dropdown select list when your browser is at mobile widths
  • A total of 14 regions (Header top left, Header top right, Header right, Header, Highlighted, Content, Sidebar first, Sidebar second, Featured left, Featured right, Footer first, Footer second, Footer third, Footer, Help)
  • Cross-browser CSS3 buttons in various colors and sizes (white, gray, black, lightblue, blue, darkblue, lightgreen, green, darkgreen, lightred, red, darkred, yellow, orange, brown – small, medium, large)
  • Blog core module support
  • Support for standard Drupal theme features: logo, site-name, slogan, user pictures in comments and nodes
  • Detailed CSS rules for:
    • Typography
    • Feed Pages
    • Comments
    • Comment form
    • Contact form
    • User pictures in Comments
    • Forum core module pages
    • “Read more”, “Comment and all other buttons
    • User profiles

Version Control

One-Time Only

Setting up repository for the first time

git clone --branch master
cd skeletontheme


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 git commit.

git status

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:

rm [patchname.patch]

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

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