Drupal8 W3CSS Theme

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme is using the W3.CSS framework with built-in responsiveness: Smaller and faster than other CSS frameworks. - Easier to learn, and easier to use than other CSS frameworks. - Uses standard CSS only (No jQuery or JavaScript library). - Speeds up and simplifies web development. - Supports modern responsive design (mobile first) by default. - Provides CSS equality for all browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, and more. - Provides CSS equality for all devices. PC, laptop, tablet, and mobile. - Learn more about W3.CSS https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme Color Guidance

NEW IN CSS3: Styling specific children with pseudo-classes ★ Designers often want to apply a style to an element that is the first element to appear within another element, such as a parent’s first child. The first-child pseudo-element has been available since CSS2; however, CSS3 offers an assortment of new structural pseudo-elements for styling an element’s child element exactly :first-child—Sets the appearance of the first instance of a selector type if it is the first child of its parent. :first-of-type—Sets the appearance of an element the first time its selector type appears within the parent. :nth-child(#)—Sets the appearance of the specific occurrence of the specified child element. For example, the third child element of a paragraph would be p:nth-child(3). :nth-of-type(#)—Sets the appearance of the specific occurrence of a selector type within the parent. For example, the seventh paragraph would be p:nth-of-type(7). :nth-last-of-type(#)—Sets the appearance of the specific occurrence of a selector type within the parent, but from the bottom. For example, the third paragraph from the bottom would be p:nth-last=of-type(3). :last-child—Sets the appearance of the element of the indicated selector type if it is the last child of the parent. :last-of-type—Sets the appearance of the last instance of a particular selector type within its parent.

w3-red
w3-pink
w3-purple
w3-deep-purple
w3-indigo
w3-blue
w3-light-blue
w3-cyan
w3-aqua
w3-teal
w3-green
w3-light-green
w3-lime
w3-sand
w3-khaki
w3-yellow
w3-amber
w3-orange
w3-deep-orange
w3-blue-grey
w3-brown
w3-light-grey
w3-grey
w3-dark-grey
w3-black
w3-pale-red
w3-pale-yellow
w3-pale-green
w3-pale-blue
w3-transparent
w3-vivid-pink
w3-vivid-red
w3-vivid-orange
w3-vivid-yellow
w3-vivid-green
w3-vivid-blue
w3-vivid-violet
w3-vivid-purple
w3-vivid-black
w3-vivid-white
w3-vivid-yellowish-pink
w3-vivid-reddish-orange
w3-vivid-orange-yellow
w3-vivid-greenish-yellow
w3-vivid-yellow-green
w3-vivid-yellowish-green
w3-vivid-bluish-green
w3-vivid-greenish-blue
w3-vivid-purplish-blue
w3-vivid-reddish-purple
w3-vivid-purplish-red
w3-safety-red
w3-safety-orange
w3-safety-yellow
w3-safety-green
w3-safety-blue
w3-safety-purple
w3-highway-brown
w3-highway-red
w3-highway-orange
w3-highway-schoolbus
w3-highway-yellow
w3-highway-green
w3-highway-blue
w3-food-apple
w3-food-aspargus
w3-food-apricot
w3-food-aubergine
w3-food-avocado
w3-food-banana
w3-food-butter
w3-food-blueberry
w3-food-cherry
w3-food-chocolate
w3-food-cranberry
w3-food-coffee
w3-food-egg
w3-food-grape
w3-food-kiwi
w3-food-lemon
w3-food-lime
w3-food-mango
w3-food-mushroom
w3-food-mustard
w3-food-mint
w3-food-olive
w3-food-orange
w3-food-pea
w3-food-peach
w3-food-pear
w3-food-pistachio
w3-food-plum
w3-food-raspberry
w3-food-saffron
w3-food-salmon
w3-food-spearmint
w3-food-squash
w3-food-strawberry
w3-food-tomato
w3-food-wheat
w3-food-wine
w3-signal-yellow
w3-signal-orange
w3-signal-red
w3-signal-violet
w3-signal-blue
w3-signal-green
w3-signal-grey
w3-signal-brown
w3-signal-white
w3-signal-black
w3-camo-brown
w3-camo-red
w3-camo-olive
w3-camo-field
w3-camo-earth
w3-camo-sand
w3-camo-tan
w3-camo-sandstone
w3-camo-dark-green
w3-camo-forest
w3-camo-light-green
w3-camo-green
w3-camo-dark-grey
w3-camo-grey
w3-camo-black

Primary Menu Vertical

Page Wrapper

Header

Primary Menu Horizontal

Welcome Text

Highlighted

Top Container

Top First

Top Second

Top Third

Page Title

Main Container

Breadcrumb

Left SideBar

W3CSS Content

Right SideBar

Bottom Container

Bottom First

Bottom Second

Bottom Third

Bottom Forth

Footer Container

Footer First

Footer Second

Footer Third

Footer Menu

Copyright

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Effect Classes

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Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Card Classes

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Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Border Classes

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Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Dropdown Classes

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