I am looking for good looking contributed themes fro Drupal 6. Drupal.org is filled with themes, although several of them lack support even for the most used modules (taxonomy, search, comment) and many are table based or written through bad and horrible practices.

What I would like to see are modern themes with great typography, grids, good coding practices, based on starter themes, making good use of CSS3 features, supporting other modules. I know it's hard to see a theme with all of those qualities, but try to match at least two of these.

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    "Good looking theme" is rather subjective. – kiamlaluno Apr 7 '11 at 18:29
  • Yes, but 'well written', and a lack of 'horrible practices' are not subjective...perhaps it needs a new title. – jhedstrom Apr 7 '11 at 18:42
  • What I'm looking for is a list of good resources, upvoted by the community. Of course, there's no final answer to this question. – Capi Etheriel Apr 7 '11 at 20:28
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    In that case, this question should be a CW, considering that it asks for "good looking themes," and none of the answers would be the correct one. – kiamlaluno Apr 8 '11 at 0:01
  • you are right, kiamlaluno. i don't see the "community wiki" option, please turn this into a cw if you have the reputation to do so. – Capi Etheriel Apr 8 '11 at 0:32

I can across these ones recently and found them to be more appealing that the ones that have been previously available. http://www.drupalizing.com/

  • although you're not pointing to any theme particularly, the project is wonderful and the themes are gorgeous. thanks! – Capi Etheriel Apr 7 '11 at 18:46

While not definitive, looking at the list sorted by number of installs is probably a good place to start regarding coding standards, and wide support.

Further filtering this list using some of your keywords like 'starter', 'css3', 'html5', etc should help you find what you are looking for.

  • can you post this as a comment? this isn't actually an answer. I want to make one of those "Good suggestions" questions of StackOverflow, like stackoverflow.com/questions/1023451/drupal-best-forum-module – Capi Etheriel Apr 7 '11 at 18:42
  • There is no definitive answer to your question. If you're looking for 'theme foo' is the best, then I agree with kiamlaluno that this question is too subjective. – jhedstrom Apr 7 '11 at 18:56
  • see comment on the question. – Capi Etheriel Apr 7 '11 at 20:28

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