Released on 6/29/11, Fabric is a 2 column theme with 3 layout options and 3 color styles (tan, blue, and pink). Tan is the default color style. If you’d like to use one of the alternate color styles, just activate the Genesis Style Select plugin and choose your desired style. Three of the typical 6 Genesis content layouts have been unregistered to simplify content creation. Beyond the WordPress standards of custom menus and threaded comments, Fabric also supports custom headers and custom backgrounds.
The Fabric theme has a total of 6 widget areas, 3 of which are footer widgets that divide the page into equal parts.
All of the supported widget areas for the Fabric theme are shown below:
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