At the top of this theme’s homepage, you have a sticky menu bar followed by a huge widget. This is a great location for a responsive slider plugin. Use this to link beautiful images to important posts and pages. Under the slider widget, you have several other widgets to set up if you want to mimic the demo version.
A side bar and footer widgets are included with the Vintage theme.
The blog post area does showcase the featured images in a large format, so make sure you are choosing your images wisely.
If you love this theme like we do, but aren’t a food blogger, no worries! This theme can be used for almost any niche with just a few tweaks to the coding. Check out our Genesis Framework Tutorials page to find help with coding and customization.
Below are the included Vintage Theme features.
Vintage Theme Features
- 5 Custom Homepage Widget Locations
- Custom Background
- Custom Header
- Featured Images
- Mobile Responsive Design
- Theme Options
- Threaded Comments
- Slider Options
This theme does come with a sticky menu and an area about your footer widget to display images. Here is a snapshot of what I mean.
The blog post page, in the side column, is a cool related posts feature. Do explore the demo version when you have a moment. Here is an image of the side column.
Don’t forget to check out our plugins page for more awesome add-ons to really make your blog stand out.
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 not a feasible thing to do. One thing is for sure is that 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 our 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.
Additional SEO Optimized Child Themes
To find more beautifully designed Themes that run off a different framework, have a look at Tesla Themes. Their themes come with a clean design, powerful features, and free premium support which is most important. Schema Integration included with all themes. Visit Tesla themes to learn more. There “Standard Package” is the best value.
- Recommended SEO Guide: How To Set Up The Yoast Premium SEO Plugin
- Recommended SEO Guide: The WP Meta SEO Plugin: An Alternative SEO Plugin
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.
Submit your reviews of this theme below or share your customized Vintage Theme blog in the comment section.
Please share this blog post with your friends who are in search of a theme.