Styx partacus: Themes

SPARTACUS stands for
Serendipity Plugin Access Repository Tool And Customization/Unification System

[S]erendipity [P]lugin [A]ccess [R]epository [T]ool [A]nd [C]ustomization/[U]nification [S]ystem

PLEASE NOTE:
This preview page is equal with Serendipity Styx 3.3.0 revision, from 2021, February 28th.

Singular (additional) theme downloads are possible, via their download link.

 

Serendipity Styx Spartacus: Core Themes

Styx Release: Core Backend Themes

Default [backend]

default-backend
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-23
Serendipity Team, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Styx [backend] [Standard]

styx-backend
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-20
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Styx Release: Core Frontend Themes

2k11

2k11
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Serendipity Team, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

B46 [Black Edition]

b46
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Bootstrap 4

bootstrap
version 2021, v4.1, BSD license, 2021-02-01
Matthias Mees, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Clean Blog

cleanblog
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Don Chambers, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Default [fallback]

default
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Serendipity Team, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

PHP Engine (Experimental)

default-php
version 2021 BSD license, 2021-02-10
Garvin Hicking, Ian Styx
Serendipity >= 1.1
Mobile: Yes

Dude

dude
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-26
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

PSG

psg
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-01-19
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Pure [Standard]

pure
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Skeleton

skeleton
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Matthias Mees, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Sliver

sliver
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-21
Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

Timeline

timeline
version 2021, BSD license, 2021-02-27
Don Chambers, Ian Styx
Mobile: Yes

 

Serendipity Styx Spartacus: Additional frontend themes

Most of these following themes weren't touched since at least a decade by their authors! But this is Serendipity! You'll find some gems while searching and most of them proofed over years that Serendipity was still compatible and able to run with them.

Having this in mind, these themes were now updated to support Serendipity Styx 3.0+. This means that they all got a fundamental ground check against Smarty or XSS vulnerabilities, fixed display issues and other odds, improved general behaviour, removed or replaced outdated or nonfunctional conditions, etc.
They all got some refreshed and fundamental CSS styles on top, to support features which came by with newer Serendipity Styx versions or general CSS/HTML improvements. Some of them - and those were the well designed gems - even got a fully (and more structured) upgrade, so that they can be taken as an example for custom themes.
Some had to be renamed to match the convention of lowercased directory names and to get rid of odd Spartacus sorting issues. And they all changed their inner structure to the default W3C recommendation HTML5 doctype, leaving the old XHTML behind.

Since also being cleared-out, in terms of the more up-to-date template fallback mechanism files, it is strongly recommended to NOT use them as a simple drop-in replacement for previous themes. Best used with a current Serendipity Styx 3.x Edition, which allows to remove additional themes first by an easy maintenance task.