Cinnamon is default-looking WordPress theme with a soul
The development of Cinnamon was started in November 2014. Cinnamon strives to be “default looking” classic two columns layout theme with a soul. Keeping familiarity of blog with enough blend of character.
Cinnamon is made with these goals in mind:
- Looks great in all screen
- Based on _s
- Feels familiar, looks blog-ey, but have enough twist on its own
- Ideal for blogger who blogs about his/her interests, and capable of displaying the blogger’s craft.
- in months to come (after several iteration), I personally wish that Cinnamon reaches a level where Automattic theme team would love to use it on WordPress.com
Here’s how Cinnamon looks like:
Opus is made to be compatible with these plugins:
Cinnamon uses Sass library which is bundled with Jetpack’s for generating custom color scheme. Select one color, and the rest is automatically handled.
- Jetpack’s Infinite Scroll
Jetpack’s module for infinite scrolling functionality
- Jetpack’s Portfolio’s Post Type
Jetpack’s module for displaying portfolio content
- Civil Footnotes
Adding footnote in markdown like interface
December 27th, 2014
Currently in theme review process for WordPress Theme Repository.
January 2nd, 2015 – v1.0.2
Fixing various aspect that should be fixed based on Theme Reviewer’s suggestion
March 19th, 2015 – v1.0.3
Cinnamon is now available on WordPress theme repository.
April 20th, 2015 – v1.1.0
Quite an upgrade. Some things that are added on this version:
- Use protocol relative URL to load Google Fonts
- Adding Jetpack site logo support
- Adding Subtitles support
- Use Simple Color Adjuster for generating color scheme. Dropping
- dependency to Jetpack’s CSS pre-processior library
- RTL Support
- Fixing flashing top navigation on desktop
- Custom font now can be filtered by translation, just in case the font isn’t
- supporting the translated language
- More styling details