U.S. Web Design Standards (USWDS)
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Drupal integration of the U.S. Web Design Standards library.
The U.S. Web Design Standards are a library of design guidelines and code to help government developers and designers quickly create trustworthy, accessible, and consistent digital government services.
This base theme focuses on tweaking Drupal's markup so that it will work with the USWDS library. Some CSS is added to deal with unavoidable Drupal quirks, but only as a last resort.
As with most Drupal themes, it's recommended that your active theme be a subtheme of this one, to make updates easier. Simply copy out the /examples/my_subtheme folder to get started, following the directions in /examples/my_subtheme/README.md.
The theme makes no assumptions about how you would like to add site-specific CSS. You can either:
1. Use the pre-compiled USWDS library
If you would like to use the pre-compiled USWDS library, download the zip file, extract and rename the folder to "assets", and place it in your theme folder. Afterwards, this should be a valid path inside your subtheme folder: `assets/css/uswds.css`
2. Use npm to include the USWDS Sass source files
The library's source can be installed directly in the subtheme directory by running `npm install` in that location. After doing this, you can set up your assets by copying them from node_modules/uswds/dist, and then running a basic npm script to compile the CSS. The commands to do all of this are:
- npm install
- cp -r node_modules/uswds/dist assets
- npm run build
Or if you have a preferred front-end workflow you can adjust the package.json file accordingly.
In USWDS there are four styles of menus: Primary menu, Secondary menu (upper right, by "Search"), Footer menu, and Sidenav. You can implement these menus simply by placing a menu block into the appropriate region. (Eg, you would put the menu block for your primary menu in the "Primary menu" region.) There is also an optional "Mobile menu" region where you can specify the menu to be used for mobile. If left empty, it defaults to whatever you have in your primary and secondary menus.
After installation, see the theme settings inside Drupal for various customizations, mostly involving the header and the footer.
Complex components via Paragraphs
A separate project providing some Paragraph types is available here: USWDS Paragraphs.
CKEditor's "Style" dropdown
To add some USWDS-specific entries into the CKEditor "Style" dropdown, follow this procedure:
Drupal 7: Install and enable the CKEditor module. Then configure your CKEditor "profile" to "Use theme CSS" (under the "CSS" section.). If customization is needed, change the ckeditor.styles.js file in your subtheme.
Drupal 8: Configure your text formats and add this (customized to your liking) in the "Styles dropdown" section:
a.usa-button|Button a.usa-button.usa-button-gray|Button - Gray a.usa-button.usa-button-outline|Button - Outline a.usa-button.usa-button-outline-inverse|Button - Outline Inverse a.usa-button.usa-button-big|Button - Big a.usa-button.usa-button-secondary|Button - Secondary table.usa-table-borderless|Borderless Table p.usa-font-lead|Lead font
Note: This code was originally forked from this repository, and was split off at 18F's suggestion.
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