<?php
print ‘<img src= “druplicon.png“ />‘;
?>
<?php
print theme(‘image‘, ‘druplicon.png‘);
?>
<?php
function mytheme_image( ){
return ‘<img src=“‘.$path.‘“ class=“my-class“>‘;
}
?>
simplified Version!!!!
<?php
$vars[‘body_class‘] = ‘special‘;
$vars[‘body_id‘] = time();
?>
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
Theming   the gap between designer and developpers
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In order to make good Drupal themes, designer and developper need to work closely together. My presentation from drupalcamp wien.

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Theming the gap between designer and developpers

  1. 1. <?php print ‘<img src= “druplicon.png“ />‘; ?> <?php print theme(‘image‘, ‘druplicon.png‘); ?>
  2. 2. <?php function mytheme_image( ){ return ‘<img src=“‘.$path.‘“ class=“my-class“>‘; } ?> simplified Version!!!!
  3. 3. <?php $vars[‘body_class‘] = ‘special‘; $vars[‘body_id‘] = time(); ?>
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