Verge Theme

About this site

Verge is a unique horizontal scrolling theme from Style Hatch that gives you the ability to choose from three post sizes—small, medium and large. With the appearance options you can switch to a black version, change the color, set the typography and much more. Purchase Verge for $49

Have questions, need support or want to say hello? verge@stylehatch.co

Verge by Style Hatch

Collaborating with the designer Nick Jones we are proud to launch Verge as our 10th premium Tumblr theme!  With the horizontal scrolling and a bit of an experimental interface Verge easily stands out from the crowd.  Like all the other Style Hatch themes this one is packed full of appearance options—including a dark mode—and comes with stellar customer support.

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With Verge we even took the time to make sure that it looks beautiful on an iPhone, iPad or other mobile devices.

The Details

A lot of love went into Verge. We wanted to make sure ever detail was perfect from the keyboard navigation, J & K or left & right keys, to the reveal panel that expands to show your tweets, recent images to Flickr and posts you like on Tumblr. Plus, similar to Inspire Well, Verge gives you the freedom to set each post’s size with tags. Add “xs” for small (250px) posts, “xx” for the default (500px), and “xl” for large (620px) posts. Take some time to dig around Verge.

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Want to show off a video post at an HD size or a short quote that doesn’t take up a lot of space?  With Verge you can add size tags to each of your posts to set the posts to small, medium or large—xs, xx or xl.  If you want all your posts to be small or large and only want a few post to be a different size, just change up the default post width in the Appearance settings.

Want to show off a video post at an HD size or a short quote that doesn’t take up a lot of space?  With Verge you can add size tags to each of your posts to set the posts to small, medium or large—xs, xx or xl.  If you want all your posts to be small or large and only want a few post to be a different size, just change up the default post width in the Appearance settings.

The Burning House
Part Things Organized Neatly and part “OMG my house is burning!”, the new Tumblr blog The Burning House interviews people asking them what would you grab on your way out if your house was burning.

If your house was burning, what would you take with you? It’s a conflict between what’s practical, valuable and sentimental. What you would take reflects your interests, background and priorities. Think of it as an interview condensed into one question.
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The Burning House

Part Things Organized Neatly and part “OMG my house is burning!”, the new Tumblr blog The Burning House interviews people asking them what would you grab on your way out if your house was burning.

If your house was burning, what would you take with you? It’s a conflict between what’s practical, valuable and sentimental. What you would take reflects your interests, background and priorities. Think of it as an interview condensed into one question.

To take risks and to make the world better by being amazing. … You get to make a choice. You can remake that choice every day, in fact. It’s never too late to choose optimism, to choose action, to choose excellence. The best thing is that it only takes a moment — just one second — to decide.

Seth Godin, Time to take action

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