Theme >> Tumblr - Kyoto 8768 by Pixel Union @ CreativeMarket
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Kyoto is a simple and boxy grid theme. It's not officially supported by the Tumblr theme store, but it is wonderful and super flexible. And, of course, Kyoto's still backed by our lightning-fast customer support.
Premium Customer Support
All Pixel Union themes are fully supported by our customer support staff who are always around to help during office hours. Contact us via email at [email protected], on Twitter at @PixelUnion or on our staff blog.
Featured Post Highlighting
Kyoto's posts can be highlighted or expanded to two or three columnsí¬just tag them "Small," "Medium," or "Large." Small (the default size) posts will have a 246px width; Medium 556px width; and Large expands a post to 866px.
In addition to the highlighting options above, Kyoto's post sizes can be globally forced to either two ("Medium Size Post Layout") or three ("Large Size Post Layout") columns wide.
Alternate Font Sets
Kyoto's default font is Droid Sans, but comes with two alternate font options as well. Alternate Font Set 1 is "Helvetica Neue," and Set 2 is Droid Sans again but with "Glegoo" as the header font.
Kyoto's Accent, Background, and Hover colours are all fully customizable.
Kyoto's happily flexible. Content can be aligned to the left or right side of the page, and the (fixed) navigation bar can be attached to the top (default) or bottom of the screen.
Instagram Grid Layout
Kyoto's Instagram feed displays, by default, as two images atop each other. However, when toggled, the optional Instagram Grid layout will display your recent Instagram photos in a 4x2 grid.
Provenance supports Facebook and Disqus commenting. Setting up Disqus is as easy as punching in your shortname. Setting up FB comments is also easy.
(1) First, head to the Facebook Developer site, sign up and head to the "Apps" tab in the top bar. Once there, click "Create New App."
(2) Input any name you'd like for your hypothetical app (you're not actually making one, don't worry), agree to the ToS and click Create. You're almost done!
(3) Input your Contact Email (in Basic Info) as well as your blog's URL into the "Site URL" box (in the "Website With Facebook Login" tab) and save your changes.
(4) Copy the App ID located just below your app's name (at the top of the page) and you're all set. Now head back to your blog and input your API ID into the "Facebook API ID" field in the customization sidebar, and make sure you've checked "Facebook Comments On."
Kyoto features easy hookup to: Dribbble, Facebook, Flickr, Github, Google+, Instagram, LastFM, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Rdio, Skype, Svpply, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouTube.
As always, if you have any questions about our themes. Don't hesitate to get in touch by contacting us on Twitter, Facebook or via email.
Keywords: grid, masonry, photography.