Veggie is perfectly suited for food-related sites, from recipe collections to food blogs or magazine-style sites. Veggie‘s modern, easy-to-read typography and minimalist design is a pleasure to view on devices of all sizes.
As a special treat, the theme’s demo site features a selection of healthy recipes for you to try and to share with others — including royalty-free photos of these gorgeous dishes. Bon appetit!
Veggie is responsive and displays your site in the best possible way on smartphones, tablets, and laptops, as well as large desktop screens.
Front Page: Build Your Own
We styled the Front-Page Template in Veggie with great attention to detail, from layout options to styling and typography. The front page consists of a featured content block, page content, and three different widget areas that you can combine to create unique looks.
Veggie makes use of Featured Content to add your most important posts to the top of the front page, above the logo and menu.
Flexible Blog Layout
Veggie lets you change your blog layout in seconds. In the Customizer, choose between six different blog layouts. You can change the position of the sidebar, select a grid layout, list layout, or a full-width, no-sidebar display. Your custom layout also applies to archive pages like category and date archives.
To make it easier to add variety to your site, Veggie offers several page templates:
Veggie supports social media icons for CodePen, Digg, Dribbble, Facebook, Flickr, GitHub, Google+, Instagram, Linkedin, Pinterest, RSS Feed (urls with
/feed/), Tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouTube. Linking to any of these sites will automatically display its icon in your social menu.
More Customization Options
Veggie comes with seven widget areas — one sidebar, three footer widget areas and three front-page widget areas. The widget areas will activate once you add widgets to them.
Quick Specs (all measurements in pixels):
- Front Page:
Top Featured Images –
One Column Recent Post Images –
Two Column Recent Post Images –
Three Column Recent Post Images –
Four Column Recent Post Images –
- The sidebar width is
- Content Width, No Sidebar
- Content Width, Sidebar