Themegenie helps even beginners make themes. Experience the state of art in editing Drupal themes with Dreamweaver.
Our advanced Dreamweaver extension delivers theme creation possibilities ranges from "a few-click" theme to an advanced "PSD to theme".
User requires no Drupal knowledge.
Now you can transform your imaginations into themes 20 times faster.
Themegenie extension makes theming a fun. Dreamweaver CS5 support availble now and Drupal 7 support is under develoment.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 software is by far one of the industry's top leading web authoring tools on the market. It?s fusion techology of WYSIWYG and coding is famous for making it possible for non-coders to create web pages and sites. Dreamweaver CS5 provides incomparable ability to define and format the CSS which controls the feel and look of websites. CSS controls everything from page background and layouts to fonts and color.
Dreamweavers' new features like Live view, Live code view, Related files, CSS inspection, CSS Disable/Enable and Integrated CMS support provides more control over editing themes.
Drupal Dreamweaver cs5 alliance make both the technologies stronger than before. Themegenie takes Drupal Dreamweaver partnership to its next level. Themegenie extension works just like built-in features with in... read more. Download 340MB
Drupal is the award winning, world's best CMS. It's strong, flexible, free and opensouce. Drupal offers web sites a broad range of features such as multi-user administration, community interactivity and news aggregation. There are many other features made possible through contributions from the community.
It has been developed to be modular and easy to adapt to almost any situation like profile site, blog, discussion forum, social networking, ecommerce, article publishing, media sharing and much more, but can just as easily be used to create web2.0 standard applications.
Many high profile sites use Drupal include Nasa, White House, MTV-UK, , Team Sugar, Warner Bros Records, The Onion, Sony, Lime.com, Yahoo Research, The New York Observer, Ubuntu.com, Fast Company, Popular Science... read more.