mobile responsive theme with a blog style home page. It features a big focus on lead generation or capturing subscribers. When configured, the lead generation box shows up at the top of the home page and at the bottom of every post. The color of certain elements of the lead generation box is configurable with a color picker that provides access to a virtually infinite selection of colors. The single post view includes the ability to share posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus as well as show share counts.
Splash also includes a responsive landing page template, support for jQuery retina-ready images, and a mobile specific menu. Themedy’s custom shortcodes also work with the theme.
Introduced on 07/16/13 and later updated to support HTML5, Splash is a 2 column theme with 3 layout options. Three of the 6 standard Genesis layout options have been removed to simplify content creation. Beyond the WordPress standards of custom menus and threaded comments, Splash also supports custom headers, custom backgrounds, and Google web fonts (specifically Source Sans Pro). The selected fonts and weights add about 80 Kb to the page weight of the site, which is not an unreasonable addition for typography.
Here are all of the widget areas for the Splash theme:
We’ve got a live demo of the Splash theme that shows off its basic features.
The Splash theme is available on our plans with premium themes, from PERFORMplus and up.
If you haven't signed up for one of our plans, you can ask pre-sales questions about the Splash theme by reaching out via our contact form. Existing customers should use our ticket-based email support to ask questions about the Splash theme.