The free versions of the templates have a limited feature set and require a “Powered by Type & Grids” link in the footer.
Mix and match the type and color CSS files — all fonts are included. Upgrade to the Pro version for up to 12 type and color themes for each template.
Tons of attention is given to the small typographic details — text will be beautiful and easily-readable on all screen sizes
FastClick eliminates the 300ms delay between a tap and a click event — your site will feel like a native app
Built on a mobile-first, responsive grid powered by Zurb Foundation 5 — your site will look great on any device
Enjoy nice typography via Google Fonts — no more paying monthly fees for a font delivery service
Simply swap out the included type and color CSS files to easily change the look and feel of your site
No monthly fees and no software to install — just simple HTML files that you upload to your web host
Your site will look gorgeous on high-resolution displays with 369 built-in icons at your disposal
Coded using the latest HTML5 standards — W3C valid, cross-browser compatible and SEO-friendly
Open the zip file and edit the HTML files with a text editor to add your content.
Mix and match the included type and color CSS files to customize your design.
Upload your new website to your web host. Done!
Your Statamic theme includes a custom-designed, fully-featured blog section — you’ll be up and blogging in minutes
Your Statamic theme will be super-easy to set up but I’ll provide any additional help you need to get up and running
Your site will look entirely like your own creation — the Pro licenses don’t require the “Powered by Type & Grids” link
Customize your site design even further with up to 6 additional type and color themes for each template
The full source files are included — if you are familiar with Sass you can easily create your own custom type and color themes
A flat-file CMS is a new kind of content management system that stores content in files and folders rather than in a database like a traditional CMS such as WordPress. Not using a database offers many advantages in the areas of speed, simplicity, security and version control. Many designers are starting to switch to flat-file CMSes…
I think we’ll see continued growth in flat file static website builders… there’s a growing realisation that sometimes a full CMS is simply overkill. Collis Ta’eed, Envato Founder, 2014 Predictions for Web Design
Statamic is a flat-file CMS that is quickly gaining in popularity among designers. Type & Grids is not affiliated with Statamic in any way — I just believe they make the absolute best flat-file CMS available. Statamic runs on any web server that runs PHP (most web servers).
Hi! I’m Jeremiah and I’m the guy behind Type & Grids. I’ve been selling website templates since 2008 — my first template site, Warm Forest, is still online. I still actively respond to every single support request, usually within one day, if not sooner. You can rest assured that I’m not some big theme shop that might shut down overnight.
I use Hawthorne for my portfolio site, Willamette for this site (including the blog) and Belmont for my side project Typewolf. I’m constantly updating my sites and adding new features and those updates are added to the templates I sell. When you buy a template you are essentially getting a zipped up copy of my site, minus the content.
Basic HTML knowledge is helpful but not required. You shouldn’t need to write any code yourself — just edit and copy & paste the code that is already set up.
The footer link is required in the free versions. If you would like to remove the footer link, you can purchase one of the Pro Packages.
The only software you will need is a basic text editor and an image editing program (like Photoshop) to create any images you want to use.
Type & Grids uses Gumroad to handle the entire checkout process. Payment is made securely with a credit card and the files are delivered instantly after payment. I never have access to any of your credit card info and I offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on every purchase. If you’d prefer to pay with PayPal, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. The Pro versions include the plain HTML version as well as the Statamic theme version — you can use whichever version you prefer. Note that in Pro Package 3 there is no HTML version of Belmont as the entire site relies on dynamic content which requires Statamic.
The Belmont theme is essentially a zipped up copy of my side project, Typewolf, minus the content. Using Belmont you could setup your own gallery site similar to Typewolf. It has all of the same features as Hawthorne and Willamette, including the blog and all of the type and color themes.
No. Type & Grids comes in two versions. The first is just plain HTML. The second is a Statamic theme. Statamic is a CMS with a control panel (like WordPress) but it runs without using a database, instead using just files and folders.
I recommend checking out DigitalOcean (referral link). They offer extremely low-cost solid-state drive hosting which perfectly complements flat-file sites.
That version is still available and still actively supported on classic.typeandgrids.com.