Meet Gridspace, A Responsive Theme for Portrait Images

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Earlier this week, we let you know that loads of people wish we had a theme that was specifically designed to support Portrait images.

Well, your wish is our command.

The Graph Paper Press team has put the finishing touches on Gridspace, and we’re thrilled to launch it into the wild today. Gridspace is a responsive portfolio theme for WordPress that is perfect for showcasing vertical, horizontal or square images. While the theme works great for horizontal or square images, we specifically designed Gridspace to showcase your portrait images.

You’ll recognize the same elements of our other themes – a clean, minimal layout that lets your work shine through, and the layout has been designed to display your portrait photographs.

Gridspace supports seven post formats, a portfolio custom post type, slideshows and includes multiple page templates for alternative homepage designs.

Let us know if you’re excited about this theme in the comments below!

Theme Features

  • Responsive – Gridspace adapts to different screen sizes so that your website will work (and be optimized for) iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices. Resize your browser window to see the fluid grids and flexible images in action.
  • Post Formats – Post videos, images, galleries, audio, quotes, links, and standard posts – and make them stand-out. Each post format has a unique layout on it’s respective single and archive page design.
  • Theme Options – Enable infinite scroll, change colors, add custom CSS, upload a logo, add a favicon and much more all without touching a single line of code. Visit the Appearance -> Theme Options page to get started.
  • Portfolio Slideshows – Upload multiple images into a portfolio entry, assign it to the gallery post format and beautiful slideshows await. Minimally-styled navigation controls and make your pictures stand out.

How to Download

You can download the Gridspace WordPress theme immediately if you’re a paid Graph Paper Press member. All paid members receive automatic theme updates, and access to our brilliant Support tech team and tutorials to get you out of any tech jams.

If you’re not part of our creative family yet, sign up. We build WordPress themes exclusively for creatives like you including photographers, designers, musicians, artists, foodies, illustrators, and more. You get new theme launches monthly, awesome Support and the opportunity to showcase your talent, draw in clients and build your creative business in just a few clicks.

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Thad is the founder of Graph Paper Press. Previously, he produced online multimedia and documentary projects for USA Today including the inauguration of President Barack Obama and many others. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Abby.

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8 thoughts on “Meet Gridspace, A Responsive Theme for Portrait Images”

  1. We build WordPress themes exclusively for creatives like you including photographers, designers, musicians, artists, foodies, 

  2. Hello, it says above that you can enable Infinite Scroll for Gridspace by simply choosing it in your theme options. However, all I have in my Theme Options are the tabs, “General, Colors, and Layout”. None of which contain the option to choose infinite scroll. Can you tell me how I can activate it while using Gridspace? Thanks for your time.

      1. If I buy and activate this theme from inside a (not self hosted one) blog, then is there any way to make this scroll to load feature enabled?

  3. Hello, I am planning to buy the “GridSpace” theme for one of my blog. This theme is available there for buying and activating. I need to enable the infinite scroll down feature for auto loading/accessing older posts. Is it possible from inside blog somehow after activating this theme? Or it needs additional plugin (which is not supported for .com blogs, you know)

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