Tasteful – A New WordPress Theme For Foodies

Our latest theme was designed with impeccable taste for foodies, chefs and anyone that appreciates the fine art of cooking. The Tasteful Theme was created with food on the brain, but it may have been a symptom of hunger. Because Tasteful is a flexible WordPress theme for any classy website.

Tasteful uses post formats for displaying articles in a variety of layouts. So the appearance of your blog changes dynamically with the use of different formats.

Post formats provide unique layout options for posts.

Theme options in the Tasteful Theme are managed within the WordPress customizer. So you can watch your customizations to the theme take place in real-time. The customizer is core supported by WordPress, and we believe it’s the future of theme management. There are no confusing custom options panels, and the theme is ready to start using immediately out-of-the-box.

Use the WordPress customizer to change theme options.

Tasteful is a responsive WordPress theme. It molds perfectly to any mobile device. In addition, the theme is optimized for high-resolution screens. So your food pictures will look delicious on high-resolution screens. The theme is also compatible with popular plugins. Jetpack, WooCommerce and Gravity Forms all work seamlessly with the theme.

Start sharing your recipes and food experiences with the Tasteful Theme!

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David Morgan is the co-founder, designer, and developer of Organic Themes. He founded the company with Jeff Milone in 2009 on the Hawaiian island of Maui. David enjoys surfing, swimming, golfing and creating new web applications and products. Personal Site: http://dav.idmorgan.com

1963 Comments on “<b>Tasteful</b> – A New WordPress Theme For Foodies”
  1. Questions; I purchased this theme, Tasteful, and love the featured images for the About, Recipes, and Contact. I can change the featured image on each page (About, recipe, and contact,) but cannot find where they are stored on the site to change the verbiage below. I thought they were all part of the home page, but when I go to pages, click home page, edit, the only thing that shows up for home page is the header media and the tabs below. Please explain to me, where on my theme I find these images with the verbiage below and how do I change the wording.
    Thank you
    Loring Felix

      • I’m still having trouble getting the gist of my question across. I understand where the images are stored but my question is “How do I work with the existing text under the featured images for About, Recipe, and Contact. I can go to the actual page where the featured image has been applied, but I cannot find where the snipped below can be changed. Im talking about below the home page, before the blog roll starts, it says ( right below the featured image) “Learn more about me! This is an example page excerpt. Excerpts can be sued to summarize page content on the home page.” Now where do I go in my theme’s dashboard to make my own page excerpt to fit the desired catagory assigned to the featured image?

        • Hi Loring,

          When you’re looking at the page in the editor, you should see a field called ‘Excerpt’. This is usually found bellow the text/visual editor in a box of it’s own. The excerpt text you note above is found in this box.

          If you are not seeing the box, you’ll need to first select the option to display is from your Screen Options. While in the editor, look at the top right corner of your page and you’ll see a drop down option called ‘Screen Options’. Open this up and than check the box called ‘Excerpt’. Once this is done you should see the meta-box display where you can add the text.

          If you have any additional support questions and you’re unable to access our support forums (https://organicthemes.com/support), please send me an email using the contact form here: https://organicthemes.com/contact. This way we can ensure you’re getting proper support for your theme rather than through post comments.



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