I'm open-sourcing a custom drupal theme, and I'm looking to provide a good out-of-the-box experience to those who use it. However, when the theme is enabled for the first time, many of the default drupal blocks (search, user login, "powered by drupal," etc.) are all jammed in the first block-region (pre-header), which pushes everything down and makes the page look broken.
I'd like to do one of the following things:
- Unassign all blocks by default for the theme, to give users a clean slate
- Pre-position the blocks into more appropriate regions
I don't want to do it in an install profile or a module, to keep things simple for end-users. Any ideas?