Z-Blog Theme Extreme · Minimal Adaptive Personal Blog Theme

Z-Blog Theme Extreme · Minimal Adaptive Personal Blog Theme

Extreme · minimalist blog theme is a set of Z-Blog minimalist themes suitable for personal blogs. This topic eliminates a large number of unnecessary elements to maximize the content. It is very suitable for the new media era where content is king. Features of this topic: responsive, adaptive, concise, clean, quick to use, maximum display of content Articles and pages can hide the sidebar, after hiding, a single column with its own thumbnail is generated from

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Extreme · minimalist blog theme is a set of Z-Blog minimalist themes suitable for personal blogs. This topic eliminates a large number of unnecessary elements to maximize the content. It is very suitable for the new media era where content is king.

Features of this topic:

Responsive, adaptive

Simple, clean and quick to use

Maximum display content

Articles and pages can hide the sidebar and the post change bar

Built in thumbnail generation

Multiple sidebar modules (popular articles hot reviews latest articles recommended articles latest comments)

Update History:

7.14 Update:

Fix long title text overflow

Optimize SEO settings and increase SEO settings on the inside page

Fine tune CSS and fix some display misalignment

Fix Hide sidebar button disappears when publishing articles

5.23 Update:

Fix the bug that failed to obtain thumbnails in some cases

Modify the mobile navigation menu to synchronize with the PC terminal, and the menu supports the link module management plug-in to support the two-level pull-down menu

List using sidebar 2, inner page using sidebar 3

Unified highlight color

Add thumbnail switch

Fix several html errors

3.28 Update:

1.6 Support

3.25 Update:

Fix a bug caused by case that the contents of the module disappear

Picture demonstration:

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