it has been suggested several times that the Ca3DE main website should get a newer and more professionally looking theme.
In this thread, I would like to collect all suggestions for potential themes for the Ca3DE website. You can post images or links to live websites that serve as an example for themes that you would suggest for use on the Ca3DE website.
The key idea is to find a new, professional theme that is essentially "bright" (bright background, dark (black) font color). It should also be simple and clean, i.e. little or no grpahical gimics, but simple and contrastful colors, medium font size, etc.
Thank you very much for any suggestions!
Ignoring the advertisements, the articles are quite well arranged. The page looks differently under Windows and Linux; it looked better under Windows when I last checked.
Both sites are simple and clean, I like these a lot.
http://www.newtek.com/products/lightwav ... index.html
More examples for how relative simplicity can achieve professional results.
Notice how they separate headings and search results.
what do you think of the following theme "fs_08":
Screenshot: http://e107designs.org/e107_plugins/dal ... php?id=710
Author website: http://free-source.net/download.php?view.23
I'd not say the theme is optimal (it's just a candidate I happend to stumble upon yesterday), and of course I realize that finding a nice theme is a very difficult question (therefore I've been starting this thread after all!), but I liked the theme for it's simplicity and find it straightforward and clear.
Anyways... this is what this thread is for...
(Note that of course, when the Ca3DE websites are eventually re-styled, the new Ca3DE website, forum and wiki themes would all be make look-alikes of each other.)
http://www.yaml.de has a new layout since the link was initially posted above, but the "old" design is still available with the yaml 2.5.x download package, which I have locally on my harddisk.
I also find http://www.hieblmedia.de/referenzen/index.html interesting, the site itself plus the listed references. All made with joomla + the yaml layout.
Red Evo Aphelion:
http://www.bestofjoomla.com/index2.php? ... l=1&id=970
(linked from http://www.bestofjoomla.com/ )
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