Clean and Sober is a WordPress theme with a sparse, clean look. It's intended for text-heavy blogs, and it's the theme you're looking at right now. It's based on the design of Limi.net, circa 2011.
- Post excerpts are displayed on index pages beneath the post title. If no excerpt is defined, nothing is displayed there.
- You can define one menu, which is displayed beneath the header. If a menu item has children, they will automatically be shown in a dropdown menu.
- On pages with an author (posts, pages, etc.), the author's bio will be displayed beneath the content if the author has written a bio and saved it in their profile's Bio field.
- On pages without an author (search results, the homepage, etc.), you can choose a user to be displayed as the default author. This is handy for single-author blogs that are identified solely with one user. This setting can be changed on either the Appearance » Theme Options or from the theme customizer.
- The contact links on the right side of the bio are defined at the bottom of your profile page.
- There is a widget area at the bottom of each page between the Previous Post/Page and Next Post/Page links. This is a good spot for a search field, if you want one.
- Clean and Sober supports 'aside,' 'image,', 'link,' 'quote,' and 'status' post types.
Here's a gallery of screenshots:
Full theme installation instructions can be found at the official WordPress site, but in short, download the .zip file below and upload it on the Appearance » Install Themes » Upload page in your dashboard.
Note: watch the Clean and Sober section of my blog for information on updates to this theme.