Bariby Themetry

Featured Content

Bari allows you to display up to two selected posts in a prominent featured area alongside your other blog posts.

To designate a post as featured, first navigate to the Featured Content panel in the Customizer and enter the name of a tag.

Next, add that tag to any posts you would like to mark as Featured Content. The two most recent posts will appear in the featured section on the blog posts page.

Without Featured Content enabled, your blog will use a simple grid-based layout.

The blog homepage of the Bari theme without Featured Content enabled.

Featured Image

Bari supports Featured Images. If set, they will display on the blog and archive pages, in search results, and on single posts and pages.

Featured Images can be disabled on single posts and pages in Content Options.

If not set, a placeholder will display on the blog and archive pages and in search results.

Keep in mind that Bari is a photography theme, so featured images are highly encouraged!


Bari features three widget areas in the footer, which will appear in three columns:

The width of each column will automatically adjust depending on how many widget areas are active. For example, if only two out of the three are enabled, the footer area will be split in two.

Slide-Out Menu

Bari includes a Custom Menu, located in a slide-out panel.

If there’s no custom menu assigned to the “Slide-Out Menu” location, a list of all the pages on your site will display instead.

Social Menu

Bari features a Social Links Menu in the header.

It supports the following social networks:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest
  • Google+
  • Dribbble
  • GitHub
  • Tumblr
  • YouTube
  • Flickr
  • Vimeo
  • Instagram
  • CodePen
  • LinkedIn
  • Foursquare
  • Reddit
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon

Custom Logo

Bari supports the Site Logo feature. The recommended logo size is 80 pixels wide by 102 pixels tall; this is the size being used in the theme’s demo.

Theme Options

Bari includes a Theme Options panel in the Customizer.

From this panel, you can customize three theme-specific settings.

Bari’s Theme Options panel, with “More Content Items for Single Posts” dropdown selected.

Featured Content Heading

This setting lets you choose the wording of a heading above the optional Featured Content section.

If you leave this setting blank and opt to have no heading, Bari will automatically adjust to round out the top of the Featured Content area.

More Content Heading

More Content is displayed only on single posts, next to the post content, giving visitors quick access to your most recent posts. This setting lets you customize the wording of this section’s heading.

More Content Items

This setting allows you to customize the number of posts included in the More Content section. By default, eight posts will be displayed.

If this number is set to 0, the More Content section will disappear, and the post content will be centered.