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  • Minimal design
  • Responsive layout
  • Header images in posted articles
  • Support of featured posted articles
  • Implementation of Font Awesome for icons fonts use
  • Integration of free and open source improved fonts (WOFF 2.0)

Supported page types

The Hereditor theme was mainly conceived to craft a simple blog and supports three distinct page types via templates:

  • default: a template used to display the default blog listing view
  • error: a very simple template to display an error page
  • post: a full page for displaying a blog post
  • page: similar to the post template, but without any author information

Embedded assets

  • Font Awesome (version 4.7.0, font file licensed under the SIL OFL 1.1 and CSS file licensed under the MIT License), is a suite of (…) pictographic icons for easy scalable vector graphics on websites, created and maintained by Dave Gandy
  • Inter (version 3.19, © The Inter Project Authors, licensed under the SIL Open Font License 1.1), is a variable font with several OpenType features which has been crafted & designed for computer screens (“Inter” is trademark of Rasmus Andersson)
  • Libertinus Fonts (version 7.040, © The Libertinus Project Authors, released under the terms of the Open Font License, version 1.1, with Reserved Font Name “Linux Libertine”, “Biolinum”, “STIX Fonts”), is a typeface project which includes four main type families which were originally forked from Linux Libertine (only four files for two weights –Regular and Bold– in two styles –Regular, Italic– of the Serif family are embedded in the theme)
  • normalize.css (version 8.0.1, © Nicolas Gallagher and Jonathan Neal released under MIT License) is a small CSS file which aims to render (…) elements more consistently (…) with modern standards (and) precisely targets only the styles that need normalizing

Additional pictures

Additional pictures used to craft the Hereditor skeleton package belong to their original authors according to the Unsplash licence. The list below provides precise attributions:


P. Mergey

Creator of Hereditor theme




A testing implementation of Hereditor theme for Grav

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