Technical requirements

Before start the installation, be sure, your systems should meet the following requirements.

Server Requirement

  • PHP 5.2.17+
  • MySQL 3.23
  • Apache 1.3

Browser Requirements

  • Firefox 4+
  • Safari 5+
  • Google Chrome 10+
  • Opera 10+
  • Internet Explorer 8+

Configuration Options

We reccomend to use the following servers in your PC to develop your site.

  • LAMP (Linux)
  • WAMP (Windows)
  • MAMP (Macintosh)
  • XAMPP (Multi-platform)

Quickstart Package Installation

In All Drupal themes packages created by OrdaSoft you can find Quickstart Package. Quickstart Package allow you to install Drupal theme with demo data in few clicks. We highly recommend this method of Drupal installation

1. Uploading on server

Through FileZilla or another FTP software, upload all files from QuickStart Package folder to your website directory.

2. Run the Drupal 7 Installation Wizard

Open your web browser and go to the folder that you uploaded your QuickStart Package.

3. Choose profile

On the configuration page, you'll need to select profile installation your theme.

4. Select language

If you want to select a different language, you can select it here to see prices for versions of Drupal 7.2. After that, copy the language file in a directory

name your site/profiles/name your profile/translations/

5. Notice

If you experience such a message, you need to make copy of the file default.settings.php, and rename it to settings.php. The file is located in the directory

name your site/sites/default/

6. Database

Configure Drupal 7 with the your database. First you need create database in control panel phpMyAdmin in your hosting. Next you need to fill in all the fields according to created database.

7. Configure site

Configure Drupal 7 for your site. Enter the site name, site, e-mail address, user name, e-mail address and password, select your country and time zone, click Save and Continue for final the installation.

Single theme installation

In All Drupal themes packages created by OrdaSoft you can find Drupal theme file. Drupal theme installation via extension should take no more than one minute.

1. Enter to Admin area

You need to go to your Drupal admin area, type in your browser http://your site/?q=user, enter Drupal administrator Login and Password. If Drupal 7 will be activated clean URLs, then the path will be the http://your site/user

2. Upload File & Install

From the backend of your Drupal 7 site (administration) select Appearance -> +Install new theme. Click the Browse button and select the theme on your local machine. Install from a URL - copy the address of the theme for installation. So you can download directly to your theme directory your site/sites/all/themes, and it will appear in the administrative block.


What is the difference between Quick Start package and single theme installation? Installing Quick Start package you get the same site as at the demo version. Quick Start package contains an entire Drupal installation and already configured Drupal theme and extensions which we used on the demo site. Installing Drupal theme via Extension manager doesn't include sample date. You will need by your self to install and configure all extensions.


Remember! If you make any changes to that code, you will need to adhere to strict rules of syntax of programming languages. Look carefully at the sample code in the documentation and the files themselves which you edit!

Admin Panel

Customize logo, color, links, text etc., all this is possible via theme admin area.

Go to Administration > Appearance and select Settings installed theme

Color scheme

In the theme admin panel, you can select customize the color yourself if you wish to certain parts of the site:

  • Body background
  • Footer background
  • Line background
  • Body Link color
  • Body link hover color
  • Footer link color
  • Footer link hover color
  • Main menu color
  • Main menu hover color
  • Body text color

Logo and Favicon

Upload your own logo and favicon in few simple steps. Press to "Select" button and in the popup window, select the logo or favicon, available settings:

  • Uppload logo
  • Width logo
  • Uppload favicon

Body pattern

How to upload my own body pattern?

To do this, you must upload new pattern at your theme via FTP into the folder your_sites/sites/all/themes/delta/images.Then you need to declare a new pattern in the theme-settings.php file is in the folder your_sites/sites/all/themes/delta/.There you should find the following line of code:

  $form['delta_settings']['body_pattern']['layout_pattern'] = array(
      '#type' => 'select',
      '#options' => array (
		    'none' => t('None'),
		    'body_bg1' => t('Stone'),
		    'body_bg2' => t('Lines'),
		    'body_bg3' => t('Rhombus'),
		    'body_bg4' => t('Noise'),
		    'body_bg5' => t('Сloth')
      '#title' => t('Select Pattern'),
      '#default_value' => theme_get_setting('layout_pattern', 'delta'),

In the above, body_bg2 - file name of your pattern, t('Lines') - the name of file in select list in the admin dashboard.


OrdaSoft themes use Google Fonts. Google Fonts provides high-quality fonts that you can include in your pages using the Google Fonts API. Benefits of the Google Fonts API include:

  • A choice of high quality open source fonts.
  • Works in most browsers.
  • Extremely easy to use.

In theme added most popular Google fonts and You can specify your own font for: Body, Body Links, Main Menu, Footer, h1 - h6.

How to add new font from Google?

You need to get the connection code font on the Google Fonts site. This code should look like:

@import url(,300,700);

Then you should to insert this generated code in style.css file in the folder your_sites/sites/all/themes/delta/css/style.css

For the emergence of the new font in the font list in admin area, add the following code in the theme-settings.php file is in the folder your_sites/sites/all/themes/delta/:

  $options_font = array (
      'Abel, sans-serif' => 'Abel',
      'Arial, sans-serif' => 'Arial',
      'Comfortaa' => 'Comfortaa',
      'Dosis, sans-serif' => 'Dosis',
      'Droid Sans, sans-serif' => 'Droid Sans',
      'Francois One, sans-serif' => 'Francois One',
      'Georgia, serif' => 'Georgia',
      'Helvetica, sans-serif' => 'Helvetica',
      'Lato, sans-serif' => 'Lato',
      'Lobster, sans-serif' => 'Lobster',
      'Lora, sans-serif' => 'Lora',
      'Open Sans Condensed, sans-serif' => 'Open Sans Condensed',
      'Open Sans, sans-serif' => 'Open Sans',
      'Oswald, sans-serif' => 'Oswald',
      'Oxygen, sans-serif' => 'Oxygen',
      'PT Sans Narrow, sans-serif' => 'PT Sans Narrow',
      'PT Sans' => 'PT Sans',
      'Prosto One, cursive' => 'Prosto One',
      'Quicksand, sans-serif' => 'Quicksand',
      'Roboto Condensed, sans-serif' => 'Roboto Condensed',
      'Roboto, sans-serif' => 'Roboto',
      'Share, cursive' => 'Share',
      'Source Sans Pro, sans-serif' => 'Source Sans Pro',
      'Times New Roman, sans-serif' => 'Times New Roman',
      'Ubuntu Condensed, sans-serif' => 'Ubuntu Condensed',
      'Ubuntu, sans-serif' => 'Ubuntu',
      'Verdana, sans-serif' => 'Verdana'

This code has added a new font 'Raleway' for the tag H1 to the list of fonts in admin area.

Module positions

Module positions are placeholders in a theme. They identify positions within the theme and tell the Drupal 7 application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The theme designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between themes and the respective Drupal default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position regions[home_page_gallery] could be defined to be in the bottom of the theme to display a slideshow. So if a module is assigned the regions[home_page_gallery], it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that bottom module position - not necessarily the bottom side of the page.

The file contains all the installation and core information for a theme, including the module positions it utilizes. Here is list module positions theme.

regions[home_page_gallery] = Home page gallery
regions[recent_comments] = Recent comments
regions[categories_blog] = Categories blog
regions[recent_blog] = Recent blog posts
regions[contact_info] = Contact info
regions[contact_form] = Contact form
regions[video_text] = Video box text
regions[map_block] = Map block
regions[our_team] = Our team
regions[textarea] = Textarea
regions[features] = Features
regions[text_box] = Text box
regions[content] = Content

Although these are commonly used, it is up to the theme developer to choose both a module position name and an accompanying display style. The addition of module positions, as displayed above in file info, and renderer this position in file page..php as shown below.

<?php print render($page['home_page_gallery']);?>


It's possible to visualize all modules set on a theme. Home » Administration » Structure and click to Demonstrate block regions (delta)

Theme updating

Backup your Drupal site

To help ensure that you don't lose your Drupal database or files in process updating theme you should make backup.

Uninstall your Drupal theme

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Appearance. If you have active theme, then click Disable, adn remove this folder theme from directory site your_site/sites/all/themes/

Install your new Drupal theme inverse manner

All other extension, you can upload in folder modules your_site/sites/all/modules:

  • Upload Package File - (select a package from your PC, upload and install it)
  • Install from Directory - (enter the path where the package is located on your webserver)
  • Install from URL - (enter the URL to the package)

Option 3 does everything for you, your environment needs to be properly configured to allow this. Option 1 requires you to download the extension to your PC. Option 2 requires you to unzip and move the folders/files to your webserver. All option require the webserver to have write access to the webspace.

Choose the first method: Upload Package File. Select the package from your PC and click the button "Upload File & Install".

Home page

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Menu.

Social Icon

Control panel for Social Icon, go to Drupal admin Area Drupal Admin Area -> Appearance -> Settings -> SOCIAL ICON

Video container

Change video ID, go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Appearance -> Settings -> OS Delta May 2014 -> VIDEO BOX

Text for video

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Blocks -> Video box text


Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Content -> Features

Copyrights on OS temaplate you can change via theme admin area, go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Appearance -> Settings.

Meet our amazing team

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Content -> Meet our amazing team

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Content -> Best of our works

Also in blocks You can change blue line, go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Text box
and description for "Meet our amazing team" it's Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Textarea.

Placing content in a template

Placing content and regions

To display certain content separately in the template must specify the appropriate regeony. Each type of content should be placed in its respective region. Below are specified content and its region

1 To change Logo look here

2 In the region "Menu" menu displaying the system and it is already displayed in this region, how to create new menu items look here

3 In the region Text for video news output your information. To add your information in the region look here

4 In the region Features output your information. To add your information in the region, see here look here

5 In the region Home page Gallery output your information. To add your information in the region, see here look here

6 In the region Team output your information. To add your information in the region, see here look here

7 In the region Contact Form output your information. To add your information in the region, see here look here

8 In the region Social Icons output "Social Icons". how to add or remove Social Icons look here

9 In the region Footer copyright output your information. To add your information in the region, see here look here

Contact our team

Contact form

Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Contact form.

Or if You want change block, go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Structure -> Blocks -> Contact form.

Make sure you enter a valid email address, because it will be used by the contact form.


Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Content -> Add content-> Blog entry.
Add new article or edit your articles.
Go to: Drupal Admin Area -> Content.


Support of all themes is carried out on OrdaSoft forum

Created: 23/05/2014

  • latest Update: 23/05/2014
  • By OrdaSoft