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1 ; Drupal's .info files allow themers to easily specify some of the static
2 ; properties of your theme. Properties such as its name, stylesheets,
3 ; javascripts, and block regions.
4 ;
5 ; Drupal 7 stores a cache of the data in this .info files. If you modify any
6 ; lines in this file, you MUST refresh Drupal 7's cache by simply visiting the
7 ; Appearance page at admin/appearance.
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11 ; The name, description and screenshot used for this theme on the Appearance
12 ; page at admin/appearance.
13
14 screenshot = screenshot.png
15 name = Fonamental
16 description = Thème pour le site Fonamental
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20 ; This theme is compatible with Drupal 7 core. And it is a sub-theme of Zen.
21
22 core = 7.x
23 base theme = zen
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26
27 ; This section controls the CSS files for your theme. There are 3 different
28 ; things you can do with a "stylesheets" line:
29 ; - Add a new stylesheet for your theme.
30 ; - Override a module's stylesheet. If the stylesheet you are adding uses the
31 ; same filename as a stylesheet from a Drupal core or contrib module, your CSS
32 ; file will be used instead of the module's file.
33 ; - Remove a module's stylesheet. If you specify the name of a Drupal core or
34 ; contrib module's stylesheets, Drupal will remove that stylesheet if you do
35 ; NOT include a file with that name with your theme.
36 ;
37 ; stylesheets[MEDIA][] = FILE
38 ;
39 ; The "FILE" is the name of the stylesheet to add/override/remove.
40 ; The "MEDIA" in the first set of brackets is a media type or a media query.
41 ; Typical CSS media types include "all", "screen", "print", and "handheld". A
42 ; typical media query is "screen and (max-width: 320px)".
43 ;
44 ; CSS2.1 media types: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/media.html#media-types
45 ; CSS3 media queries: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-mediaqueries/
46
47 ; First we remove the system's menu and message styling since Zen has its own.
48 stylesheets[all][] = system.menus.css
49 stylesheets[all][] = system.messages.css
50 stylesheets[all][] = system.theme.css
51
52 ; Then we add our own stylesheet.
53 stylesheets[all][] = css/styles.css
54
55 ; Built-in conditional stylesheet support has been removed from Zen 7.x-5.x.
56 ; Instead, Zen now adds conditional-comment-included classes to the html
57 ; element, such as .lt-ie9, .lt-ie8, .lt-ie7. More information on this
58 ; technique can be found at:
59 ; http://paulirish.com/2008/conditional-stylesheets-vs-css-hacks-answer-neither/
60 ;
61 ; If you still wish to use conditional stylesheets, you must install the
62 ; conditional stylesheets module: https://drupal.org/project/conditional_styles
63 ;stylesheets-conditional[lte IE 8][all][] = css/ie8.css
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66
67 ; Optionally add some JavaScripts to your theme.
68
69 ;scripts[] = js/script.js
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73 ; This section lists the regions defined in Zen's default page.tpl.php and
74 ; maintenance-page.tpl.php files. The name in brackets is the machine name of
75 ; the region. The text after the equals sign is a descriptive text used on the
76 ; admin/structure/blocks page.
77 ;
78 ; In the page.tpl, the contents of the region are output with a
79 ; $page['MACHINE-NAME'] variable and, in the maintenance-page.tpl, the region is
80 ; output with a $MACHINE-NAME variable. For example, with this line in the .info
81 ; file:
82 ; regions[header_top] = Header top
83 ; You'll use this variable in page.tpl.php:
84 ; <?php print render($page['header_top']); ?>
85 ; And you'll use this variable in maintenance-page.tpl.php:
86 ; <?php print $header_top; ?>
87
88 regions[header] = Header
89 regions[navigation] = Navigation bar
90 regions[highlighted] = Highlighted
91 regions[help] = Help
92 regions[content] = Content
93 regions[sidebar_first] = First sidebar
94 regions[sidebar_second] = Second sidebar
95 regions[footer] = Footer
96 regions[bottom] = Page bottom
97
98 ; The page_top and page_bottom regions are hidden, which means they will not
99 ; show up on the blocks administration page. But they are required in order for
100 ; the html.tpl.php to work properly, so do not delete them.
101
102 regions[page_top] = Page top
103 regions[page_bottom] = Page bottom
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106
107 ; Various page elements output by the theme can be toggled on and off. The
108 ; "features" control which of these check boxes display on the
109 ; admin/appearance config page. This is useful for suppressing check boxes
110 ; for elements not used by your sub-theme. To suppress a check box, omit the
111 ; entry for it below. See the Drupal 7 Theme Guide for more info:
112 ; https://drupal.org/node/171205#features
113
114 features[] = logo
115 features[] = name
116 features[] = slogan
117 features[] = node_user_picture
118 features[] = comment_user_picture
119 features[] = favicon
120 features[] = main_menu
121 features[] = secondary_menu
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124
125 ; Set the default values of settings on the theme-settings.php form.
126
127 settings[zen_breadcrumb] = yes
128 settings[zen_breadcrumb_separator] = ' › '
129 settings[zen_breadcrumb_home] = 1
130 settings[zen_breadcrumb_trailing] = 0
131 settings[zen_breadcrumb_title] = 0
132 settings[zen_skip_link_anchor] = main-menu
133 settings[zen_skip_link_text] = Jump to navigation
134 settings[zen_html5_respond_meta][] = respond
135 settings[zen_html5_respond_meta][] = html5
136 settings[zen_html5_respond_meta][] = meta
137 settings[zen_rebuild_registry] = 1
138 settings[zen_wireframes] = 0
139
140 ; To make this sub-theme an admin theme with shortcut links next to titles,
141 ; uncomment the line below.
142
143 ;settings[shortcut_module_link] = 1
144
145 ; To add a Panels layout (which can also be used by Display Suite), uncomment
146 ; the line below and see the documentation at: https://drupal.org/node/495654
147 ;plugins[panels][layouts] = panels-layouts