Masonry Blog Layout Added to Unwind
We’re pleased to announce our Unwind theme (awesome for blogging and WooCommerce) now has a Masonry blog layout. If you’ve never seen Masonry in action, check out the demo. Be sure to resize your browser to see the effects.
Unwind now offers five different blog layouts to choose from. The blog layout setting can be found at CustomizeTheme SettingsBlogBlog Archive Layout. It’s also easy to insert a loop of posts on any of your pages that make use of Page Builder by SiteOrigin. With Page Builder activated go to any page, click the Page Builder tab, insert a new widget, search for the Post Loop widget and insert it. Finally, use the Template drop-down to choose the design you’d like to use.
Thanks for reading. If you have any comments or questions, please, let us know in the comments.
Hey Andrew! I really like this layout but I have purchased ultra or puro theme and I don’t see a fun blog post template there. Is this one transferrable?
Hi Veronica, good to hear from you. Unwind provides the majority of its functionality without the need for SiteOrigin Premium upgrade so if you wanted to make the switch, you could definitely do so. Alternatively, if you’d like to Masonry in Ultra or Puro or Polestar, please, let me know which one you’re using and I’ll get it added in the next week.
That would be awesome!
I have purchased Ultra. Can I also ask for instructions how to get the same look you guys achieved? I see your beautiful designs and want to achieve the same but it's a headache and long conversation with support before (and if I ever) do.
Do you think you could add it in the Siteorigin templates? It's so easy just to insert it from there!
No problem :) If you’re working on an Ultra site it would be best to reach out via email on [email protected]. Please, drop me a mail there and let me know which designs you’re looking to add to your site and I’ll do my best to help quickly. Thanks.
Hello, I would like to ask you about the prebuilt website Pack: Free Prebuilt WordPress Website for Travel Bloggers.
What are the cons of using a prebuilt website and is there anyway to remove the footer crafted with love by Siteorigin?
Does it shows with prebuilt websites or it also shows when I install Siteorigin builder plugin?
Thank you in advance.
(Query resolved via Facebook :) )