Juneau Tumblr theme is our two-column titan. It’s the most flexible of our Alaskan suite, and features a masonry layout (with a single-column option), customizable header, and loads of visual accents. Designed for content-heavy blogs, Juneau also supports multiple authors and post-highlighting.
Juneau’s feed displays in two columns by default, maximizing the amount of visible content and giving your blog a more magazine-like feel. Additionally, posts can be tagged “highlight” to expand them into both columns, foregrounding your most important posts.
Multiple Header Options
Whether your tastes lean toward the spare or the bombastically graphical, Juneau’s got your header needs covered. Choose from the textual header (with optional overlay) or “Big Header,” which provides space for a girthy 940×450 px image.
We’ve designed this theme to scale perfectly and look gorgeous on desktops, notebooks, and tablets.
Readers can comment on your posts using the Tumblr-standard Disqus system.
Readers can comment on your posts using their Facebook accounts.
Social Media Links
Includes icons linking to your other social media pages.
The theme’s header image and/or detail can be customized.
Content loads automatically and endlessly as readers scroll down the page.
Liked Post Feed
Posts you “like” can be displayed in the theme’s sidebar (main blog only).
Multiple Author Support
Author information can be displayed with each post.
Additional Page Support
This theme supports/displays links to any additional blog pages you create.
Exif Data Overlay
Photos and Photosets can display a clickable overlay with image exif data.
Integrated Twitter Feed
An easily configured feed displaying your recent tweets.
Top notch customer support.
Don’t panic. No matter what you’re confused or concerned about, our wizardly customer service is here to help answer any questions you have. Check out our support centre for more.