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Featured Module Friday: Hacked! Module

It seems that every Friday is going to be a tough schedule to keep up with, so Featured Module Friday will be on any given Friday until further notice. At some point hopefully I can get my schedule in line to do a Featured Module every Friday, but until then any Friday will have to do. So to stick with the format, I will be featuring a new module today. If you can't tell from the title of the post, this Friday's Featured Module is the Hacked! module.


A simple theme designed to explore the NineSixty base theme with just enough PHP to make life interesting. This theme was used to build the (now mostly dismantled) election Web site for Emma Hogbin in 2011. Instructions on how to build the complete election site were also covered as part of the Site Building Extravaganza program (workbook) and the book Drupal: A user's guide.


This is a design ported from by Marsian. This theme was developed for the website (as you can see on the screenshot) as a theme alternative for the registered users.


Respond is a CSS3/HTML5 enhanced subtheme of Omega

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More information, including optimal setup instructions for fluid images, etc. will follow shortly.

Featured Module Friday: Security Review Module

I felt that I have been giving too much attention to Drupal themes recently, so I have decided to do a weekly showcase on a Drupal module that everyone should be using or should use if the need arises. I am dubbing this weekly showcase Featured Module Friday. Hopefully I will be able to stick to the schedule and release an informative post about a great module every Friday. In any case, there over 10,000 modules listed on, so I should not run out of modules to write about in my lifetime.


Responsive HTML5 base theme using the Skeleton CSS grid system.


Academia is a clean and elegant theme focused on clarity and readability. It is suitable for informational sites with lots of text to convey to users.

  • Clean and elegant
  • Fixed width main column for optimal readability
  • 2 or 3 columns
  • Left and right sidebars or both sidebars on right
  • 16 colour schemes
  • Inbuilt dropdown menu (no other changes or dependencies necessary)


This theme was developed by ThinkLeft on behalf of ProsePoint Express.


This is a modified port of the Wordpress theme Arras to Drupal. It's not a complete port because some elements of Arras didn't translate well to Drupal so changes had to be made. This theme is suited to magazine or hobbyist websites.


New Features in 6.x-1.0-beta3

- Added support for 3 column layout
- Added support for fixed and fluid widths

This is a port of the popular Mystique theme from Wordpress. Mystique is a clean theme with a div based, fixed/fluid width, 2/3-column layout (content+right sidebar and optionally left sidebar).

The theme has been tested in Firefox 3.5, Chromium 5.0, Opera 10.5 (all in Ubuntu). The theme is fully XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2.0 compliant. Let us know the compatibilities in other browsers and we can update the list here.