Bari is a photoblogging theme for WordPress. Designed by Tung Do.
Be sure to check out the demo, because the cool offset column of posts in the desktop screenshot above is obstructed by the mobile screenshot.
- Masonry layout as seen in the blog homepage demo and single posts. Makes sure vertical rythym is maintained throughout columns of posts, regardless of how long the title is on a post in the same “row.”
- Jetpack Featured Content support. Will display a maximum of two posts in the “Featured” section on the blog homepage.
- Jetpack Infinite Scroll support. As seen on the demo site. With footer widgets enabled, a “Load More” button will be displayed.
- Flexible footer widget columns. Up to a maximum of three.
- “More Posts” view on single posts. This displays a Masonry-layout list of recent posts, encouraging visitors to navigate through more photos.
Other things to note
- You must use Jetpack Featured Content to get the unique Masonry layout on the blog homepage. Otherwise, a flat grid is used instead, like what is seen on archive and search results pages.
- The unique Masonry layout is always used on the aforementioned “More Posts” view, regardless of what plugins are active.
- Featured Images are highly encouraged on every post, but not required. If one is not set, a placeholder will be displayed in lieu of an image with the same circle shape.
- Unlike most of our other themes, Featured Images will display automatically on single post. To prevent gigantic files wasting bandwidth, the “Large” size is used.
Features to come
- More polished comment pagination styles.
- Customizer options to change “More Posts” and “Featured” text (both of which are already translatable).
- RTL and editor stylesheets
All of these features have been added in the 1.1.0 release.
- Bari Setup Guide
- Designer: Tung Do