Carbonby Codestag


Carbon is a minimally designed, grid-based blogging theme. Ideal for travelers, photobloggers, foodies, and anyone who wants an elegant site with just the right customization options. Easy to set up and maintain, Carbon is fully responsive and flexible, offering predefined layouts for your blog.

Optional Header Image and Intro Message

You can add a header image to your homepage, and add a short intro message to your visitors, letting them know what your blog is about.

The header background image with a custom message

The header image with a custom message

Engaging Post Covers

Carbon places the post title, post details, and post excerpt over the featured image of each post, adding subtle visual flair to your stories. In the single-post view, your visitors will enjoy an engaging, full-width experience, while on blog pages you can choose between several layout configurations via the Theme Options panel.

A post cover at the full post page

A post cover at the single post page

Flexible Blog Layouts

Take control over the appearance of your posts grid and switch between four blog layouts. You can preview them in the Customizer, and choose the one that works best for you.

Post Titles Visibility

Post titles are shown over the Featured Image by default, but if you are looking for a more photo-tile approach, you can opt to show the post titles on hover, leaving more room for immersive images to engage your readers.

Sidebar Visibility

Carbon has one widget area in the right sidebar. If no widgets are added, the layout will be full width.

A full width layout

A full width layout

Your Content in Focus, on Every Device

Carbon is built with a responsive layout that adapts beautifully to any device, whether a smartphone, tablet, desktop, or laptop.

Quick Specs (all measurements in pixels):

  1. The main column width is 800.
  2. The sidebar widget area width is 270.
  3. The featured-image size scales to the size of the browser window and has a maximum width of 1600 and height of 1600
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