The No SideBar Pro theme is a Genesis Framework Theme created for photographers or journal bloggers who love simplicity. This photography theme does not have a lot going on, but its design is elegant and its images are laid out in a beautiful way.
The homepage is set up in almost like a grid magazine format. No Sidebar Pro’s homepage showcases a sticky menu bar with the logo image aligned to the left and a search box aligned to the right, which is hiding behind the demo banner image. Right below the sticky menu is a semi-big square widget with a big featured image for the latest blog post.
Hey, do you love going out into nature, taking beautiful pictures of all the scenery then sharing that experience on your blog? Then this is the perfect minimal photography theme. You can customize this theme with free help on the official StudioPress forum or browse around our Genesis Framework Tutorials category for some tutorials.
Let’s get to the basic features of No Sidebar Pro:
No Sidebar Pro Features
- Custom header
- HTML5 markup
- Landing page
- Mobile responsive
- Theme customizer
- Theme options
- Translation ready
- Layout options
Here is a preview of the full page width blog post. Notice the sticky menu and the big image.
Here is a preview of the homepage and some of the customized widgets you can use.
Please keep in mind that you will need to have the Genesis Framework already installed on your blog. The cost of the framework is $59.95. This will get you a lifetime membership and free updates for the framework, which is an awesome deal.
If you are a developer, you know you can customize these themes on your own for your clients and add more money to your packaged deals. The Pro Plus StudioPress package is perfect for professional bloggers and developers. Check out the details below.
Need More Convincing?
There are thousands of plugins online to install on your blog, but installing all of them is impossible. One thing is for sure, you need to have a good web host or your blogging career won’t be very successful. Being on the Genesis Framework means there are custom plugins created especially for your community. Have a look at our mega list of Genesis Framework Plugins page to see which ones catch your interest.
If you are new to this whole blogging thing or looking for a little more knowledge? Take a look at our blog post on How To Start A WordPress Blog on the Genesis Framework.
It’s not that hard to get this theme up and rolling without hiring any outside help. This tutorial is broken down into step by step segments for even novice bloggers.
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Don’t know how to install a Genesis Framework theme? See our guide on How To Install A Genesis Framework Theme for a step by step guide. You do get a “Theme Settings” page in your admin dashboard with the Genesis Framework installed. The number of settings depends on the theme installed.
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