Corporate X - Multipurpose Drupal 7 Theme - Themeforest

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Corporate X - Multipurpose Drupal 7 Theme - Themeforest

Corporate X is a multipurpose theme for creating “extremely content flexible” Drupal 7 websites in minutes. It’s built over the most recent and recommended Drupal version: 7.9, so you can start from a “scratch brand new base” on building a long term support solution for your clients. Drupal Team currently recommends Drupal 7 due to the advance of its community modules above later versions, 1 year after its initial release, and this is one of Corporate X’s highest features.




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