You may ask me: why to have page titles for views?
Views in Drupal, technically, are used to display a list of content. Translating to business language, it will be used for category pages. For example, if you build a shopping website in Drupal to sell mobile devices, you will use "views" to construct the page of Apple products (and also Samsung products, LG products, etc ...)
These category pages are very important (second most after your homepage). You will definitely want they appear on top of Google search results for relating keywords. To achieve it, one of the best SEO practices is to set good focused titles for them.
When I developed the website for Exotic Voyages, a luxury travel agent, it has many category pages. They are pages for hotels, tours, destinations, cruises, photos etc ... all are built by Drupal 7 views. The SEO team of Exotic Voyages required me to let them set custom titles for these pages.
ST Accordion our Drupal 7 theme for Commerce, basing on the native Commerce module for Drupal 7 by CommerceGuys. It looks classic with serif fonts and grey background. The theme is responsive to any mobile or tablet displaying which expose your website to new growing visitors using mobile devices.
See the demo here: Drupal theme ST Accordion demo
ST Janggu is our truly Drupal news theme native to mobile displaying. It follows layout styles of famous online magazine like ReadWriteWeb, Mashable and Techcrunch to base the design on mobile first. The menu is simplified in all displays to preserve spaces for news. Articles are grouped by posted date in a blogging manner. You can do your publishing simply like a blogger and elegantly like a big online magazine.
See the demo here: Drupal theme ST Janggu demo
This topic is not new, but unfortunately I only knew all tricks about it recently when I have a request from my customer: "How to make page titles different from node titles, with and without patterns?"
1. Why to have 2 types of titles?
The reason is, node title is for readers, page title is for SEO. A page title of a web page is displayed on top of your browser window and the current tab.
It is also selected by Google as the title of a result on the search list. Below is the page title o...
You want to build a rating website for local services, similar to Yelp? Please have a look at our Drupal review theme ST Chapi. The theme provides out-of-the-box rating features such as 5 star rating, review comments, social network sharing, user review activities ... Each business are located in Google Maps and you can create as many categories and businesses as you want.
See the demo here: Drupal theme ST Chapi demo
ST Flabiol was used to be a premium Drupal theme. We have decided to convert it to Drupal 7 as a free theme. It was first made with politic style, but it is also very suitable for a business or organization, the kinds of institutions that require no fancy theme but trusted and gentle feelings.
Updated Jun 2013: This theme is now available on Drupal.org. You can download it at Flabiol on Drupal.org
See the demo here: Drupal theme ST Flabiol demo
This new Drupal commerce theme is made for cuisine business, but it can be used any where. Available in both dark and light color scheme, it is good for contrasted and impressive or clear and clean purposes.
See the demo here: Drupal theme ST Bass demo
This is another helpful guest post from OSTraining. The topic today is how to disable broken Drupal themes and modules.
It's happened to all of us who use Drupal. We've installed a new theme or module and our beautiful homepage now looks like this:
Here are ways you can try to solve this problem and get your site back online.
These solutions are a good place to start but none of them will work for everyone. The right solution for your site will depend on which version of Drupal you're using, what modules and themes you have installed and which part of the site is broken.
Solution 1: Disable via the admin
You can try to visit the admin area directly by using URLs. For example, you could try to add /admin/ to your site's URL.