Pray for Peace is an alluring, fresh visual storytelling tool. Bring your viewers closer to your content with ease.
Pray for Peace has been made with great photo content in mind. Hover over images to instantly highlight them and share/reblog or like.
Click directly on posts to instantly open them in a modal screen for quick viewing.
Built in support for mobiles & tablets gives your users full access to your blog from anywhere and everywhere.
We've got you covered. There are built in customisable colour options to instantly change the look and feel of the theme however you feel. You can customize page background, text colour, link colour, buttons and much more.
Works on all devices
Pray for Peace works just as good on all of your devices you can find out how to activate this here.
You can choose between the default three-column or a two-column layout to share your story in different ways.
Pray for Peace has been crafted with speed in mind so that your posts show up quickly without the need to refresh or click anything. You can just scroll away into infinity.
You can easily upload an image as your logo and it will be resized to fit.
You can add a header banner image to instantly set the tone of your blog and add buttons to drive your users elsewhere.
Add a Google ad to your sidebar by pasting in the Adsense responsive block code.
Google Web Fonts
The theme is packed with over 20+ popular Google fonts so you can instantly change the look and feel.
Want to add your Twitter feed? No problem. You can easily connect your Twitter and display your feed choosing how many tweets you want to show.
Link to your favourite social media profiles. Icons include: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Google+, Instagram, Soundcloud and much more.
You can easily add and use your Typekit fonts with a few simple steps.
You can embed your photos from both by adding a feed to the sidebar.
All post types
Pray for Peace works just as great for all post types.
Preview this theme with your blog content
If you're not sure whether this theme is what you need here's a quick guide on how to preview the theme with your content.
We have a website where we have guides to help you use the theme and tumblr in general. http://fuseblue.com/help/