blog style home page. It can display either a default image or the post’s featured image as the background for that post, with next and previous arrows at your browser’s edge to move from one post to another. Stretch also includes a landing page template and 6 color styles (blue, green, orange, pink, purple, and yellow – the default).
Introduced on 11/29/12, Stretch is a 1 column theme with just a single layout option – a full width page. Five of the 6 standard Genesis layouts have been removed to simplify content creation. That’s right – by default, there’s no sidebar in the Stretch theme. Beyond the WordPress standards of custom menus and threaded comments, Stretch also supports Google web fonts (specifically, Lato). The selected font and weights add about 100 Kb to the site’s page weight, which is a lot for typography.
With no sidebars and a blog style home page, the Stretch theme has just 1 widget area, which is shown below:
If you haven't signed up for one of our plans, you can ask pre-sales questions about the Stretch theme by reaching out via our contact form. Existing customers should use our ticket-based email support to ask questions about the Stretch theme.