Discussion on Penoolis - Responsive Tumblr Blog Themes


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Is it possible to hide commenting on pages? Thanks! Love the theme.


You can hide commenting from Add / Edit Page screen. There should be an option to disable comment for each page.


Can you give me the template’s new version? And I need to know the size of the background and if I can change the size of post box to 800px. Tnks


You can download the latest version from ThemeForest Download page.

Hi, are the font style and size changeable too?


You can change the font-family, font-size, font color and font-weight (light, normal, bold, etc)

I see. If I use the Wordpress theme, does it require me to have a premium account? Because I’m just using the basic/free one.


Did you mean on wordpress.com? This theme only work if you use standalone WordPress installation on your web host, it will not work on wordpress.com


I installed the tumblr version of this theme and like it a lot- the layout is beautiful.

I am having one glaring problem though- the site name doesn’t appear in the main header- it just says “Penoolis.” I dug through the code trying to figure out if there was an easy way to edit it and get it to display properly, but I couldn’t find one. Here’s the site:




“Penoolis” word in the header is a logo image, you can upload your own logo from the Customize page. Please refer to the theme documentation on how to access the Customize page.

I love this theme – but I have some questions. Ready?

- is there a way to place a link in the quotes – they don’t seem to be click able.

can you provide code to slightly minimize the post sizes?


Is there anyway to add a link to the quotes. they’re not clickable


Open /penoolis/content-audio.php then find this line:

<?php the_content(); ?>

After the above live, add this new code:

<cite><a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>"><?php _e('Read More', 'penoolis'); ?></a></cite>

Hope it helps.

Great Stuff. With the tumblr theme, is there a way to turn off the date and author of a post?


You’ll have to remove the code manually from the theme.

I’m interested in both the WP and Tumblr versions of this theme. Is it possible to move the menu to the top on both?


Sorry for the late reply. Not by default, so you need basic HTML & CSS knowledge to do it.

Hi, I followed the installation instructions in the guide: opened the .html file in TextEdit (I’m on MacOS X 10.10.3) and pasted it in the Tumblr HTML Editor and everything looks completely wrong… Is the .html file properly formatted? Or does TextEdit somehow mess it up? Could you send me the text unaltered? Thanks in advance!

Here is a link to the Google Chrome support forum, in case they fix the blank page issue on their end:


Hi again,

Any possible fix or solution for any of the 3 pending issues (#1, #3, #4)?

By the way, I found another bug (#5) which could be related to #3:

- I changed the language in my Tumblr settings to Spanish, and everything translated except the word “COMMENTS” (under the Post Title).

- But if I refresh the window, while the page loads, I can see for a moment the word in Spanish (“VER COMENTARIOS”).

I would appreciate a faster support since there are so many things wrong with this theme, and I really need to get my company’s blog properly working ASAP. Thanks in advance.


We’re still investigating the issue, we’ll let you know once we found the solution.

I’m sorry to insist, but I really need to have my blog working in Chrome. I’m already getting a lot of complaints from visitors because of this problem. :-(

It’s been 9 days since I reported this issue to you, and I can’t believe I still haven’t received any solution.

First of all, you shouldn’t advertise that this theme has Chrome compatibility if it doesn’t really work under Chrome.

Obviously you haven’t properly tested Chrome compatibility before publishing this theme and selling it, which I think it’s very irresponsible on your part. So I hope you make an extra effort to fix this urgently, or I will have no other choice but to present a formal complaint to Envato Market.

Issue #1

I’ve been looking for more information about this issue online, and I found this CSS code which might help you find a solution:

.post img.main_photo {
width: 100%;
.post img {
max-width: 100%;
height: auto;
.post .photo img {
opacity: 1;
-webkit-transition: all 0.5s ease;
-moz-transition: all 0.5s ease;
-o-transition: all 0.5s ease;
transition: all 0.5s ease;
margin: 0;
line-height: 0;
.tumblr_post.photo p { display: none; } 
I don’t know where to add this code and if this is going to work at all. But some people are saying this allowed them to upload high-res images in Text Posts. Here are the links to the forums: http://forums.htmlhelp.com/index.php?showtopic=16255 http://forums.htmlhelp.com/index.php?showtopic=18888

Issue #1

Other developer are doing this by default in all their themes, as you can see here:


This should be the normal behavior in your Penoolis theme.

So please, don’t tell me there is no easy way to add images at full width to Text Posts, because it is not true.


If you do not want to use html tag to insert image, please make sure your editor on rich text mode. You will be able to upload your photo everywhere.

Hello, Where is Load More in the end of the blog located in the theme files? I want to translate it and can’t find it.

Thank you


Did you purchase this theme? I don’t see “purchase” badge on your account…

I didnt see any option for the badge. Yes I purchased but anyway I opened a ticket for support. Thnx