confusion about Illustratr
I’m using the Illustratr theme but it looks nothing like the preview of it. I liked it because it shows all your posts in a gridlike formation where you can click on them for the full article. When I click on my blog it just seems to show them as huge articles one underneath the other, also the pictures look so big that a the image it cut off, maybe thats the file size I don’t know?
The blog I need help with is fullfatmag.wordpress.com.
I have the same problem as you, nina. It looks nice but without the top sidebar isn´t useful for me :(
We hope someone knows the solution ;)
I think the grid formation is just for pages/portfolio? I’m not sure I’m very confused. I’m new to wordpress! I wan’t a nice looking blog rather than website/portfolio with a blog attached so maybe I’m barking up the wrong tree? My problem is I want my posts to be in grid form in the way the portfolio page is laid out…
I dont know how it runs, but maybe it would be easy if you want a grid to use another theme, previously designed for that. That´s the solution to dummies as we, haha.
Here’s the detailed theme description with set-up instructions: http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/illustratr/
Here are the relevant support doc links:
I’m sorry I’ve definitely been to those links a good few times and they don’t answer my question.
I want to click on my site as a blog and see the POSTS lay out in a grid formation, which is what I thought this theme did. The grid format is only for portfolio right? which is fixed.
What i’d like in an idea world is to have a clean simple site that I can run in the style of an online mag or at least a slick looking blog…
Illustratr is a minimalist portfolio theme that helps you create a strong — yet beautiful — online presence. Primarily crafted for designers and photographers, it is a simple, powerful, and flexible theme.
If you want a free magazine style theme see here http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/magazine/?sort=free
Thank you that’s most helpful!
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