This theme is built on the Warp framework, a well-engineered theme framework for WordPress and Joomla, and utilizes all of its latest features. The user interface is powered by UIkit, a lightweight and modular front-end framework, which provides the theme’s styling. The theme also comes with a wide range of different layouts and widget variations.
We provide lovingly crafted style variations to give you a glimpse of what is possible with this theme. The built-in theme customizer allows you to modify colors, fonts, sizes and much more without any CSS knowledge. Just choose your colors with the color picker and adjust the theme with only a few clicks. Click on one of the images to see the style.
You can add a special class
.tm-article-columns to a paragraph. This will divide the content of the paragraph into two columns.
Use the class
.tm-dropcap to enlarge the first letter of a paragraph.
Here is an example:
<span class="tm-dropcap">L</span>orem ipsum
Easily create a One Page website. We included a new smooth scroller position, where you can add your ID you want to scroll to. Also you can use every icon provided by UIkit.
Thats how you can add a smooth scroll navigation:
<a href="#tm-fullscreen" data-uk-smooth-scroll><i class="uk-icon-circle"></i></a> <a href="#tm-top-a" data-uk-smooth-scroll><i class="uk-icon-circle"></i></a> <a href="#tm-top-b" data-uk-smooth-scroll><i class="uk-icon-circle"></i></a>
Moustache comes with 8 impressive fullscreen images, that automatically fits into the screen resolution.
Fixed & transparent navbar
To highlight the fullscreen images we added the option to set the navbar transparent. Of course you can also easily fix the navbar if you like.
To create a unique diamond shaped thumbnail, just add the class
.tm-overlay-diamond to the UIkit thumbnail component.
Here is an example:
<a class="uk-thumbnail tm-thumbnail-diamond" href="#"> <div class="uk-overlay"> <img src="" alt=""> <div class="uk-overlay-area"></div> </div> </a>
Use the modifier .uk-icon-button class to create an icon button.
Here is a little code example how to add them:
<a href="#" class="uk-icon-button uk-icon-twitter"></a> <a href="#" class="uk-icon-button uk-icon-facebook"></a> <a href="#" class="uk-icon-button uk-icon-google-plus"></a>