Romeroby Pro Theme Design

Custom Header

Romero lets you add a custom header.

Custom Menus


Romero has one custom menu area available. If there is no custom menu configured, then the menu will display a list of your site’s pages. To find out more about how to set up your menus, see the Custom Menu documentation.

Featured Images

Romero supports thumbnail images on blog posts, known as Featured Images. To use featured images, edit the post you want to add the featured image to — and then find the box labeled Featured Image. Click Set featured image and then either select the image or upload a new one using the options provided. Once selected, press Set featured image. Then click the update button to save changes to your post.

If there is no Featured Image for the current blog post, Romero will look to see if an image has been uploaded to the post. If so, that image will be used — otherwise, no image will display.

On the homepage and archive pages, featured images are scaled to 600 x 380.

Featured Content


Romero displays featured posts in a special way on the front page.

  1. Choose a tag to identify the posts you’d like to feature, and set it under Appearance → Customize → Featured Content. Make sure it’s a unique tag that isn’t used anywhere else.
  2. Whenever you add this tag to a post, it will display at the top of the homepage, setting it apart from regular blog posts.

Social Links Menu

Romero allows you to display links to your social media profiles, like Twitter and Facebook, with icons.

  1. Create a new Menu.
  2. Add your social links to it as custom links.
  3. Assign it to the Social Menu location in the theme.

Get more setup details on the Social Links Menu guide.

Available icons

Linking to any of the following sites will automatically display its icon in your menu.

  • Bloglovin
  • CodePen
  • Digg
  • Dribbble
  • Dropbox
  • Email (mailto: links)
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • GitHub
  • Google+
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Pinterest
  • Pocket
  • Polldaddy
  • Reddit
  • RSS Feed (urls with /feed/ or .rss)
  • StumbleUpon
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • Vimeo
  • WordPress
  • YouTube


Widget Areas

Romero includes five widget areas. A widget area isn’t displayed unless you’ve added at least one widget to it.

  • Footer widget area – Displays at the bottom of every page on the site.
  • Sidebar widget area – Displays to the left of the homepage, and to the right of single posts and pages. Does not display on archive pages.
  • Menu widgets – Displays in a slide-down panel below the navigation, and includes three widget areas displayed in separate columns. If these widget areas are empty, the button to open the panel does not display.