Legrand Tumblr Theme

July 2010

Legrand is a unique theme for Tumblr, inspired by minimal takes on Art Deco ornamentation. View a live demo and download it today.

18 responses to Legrand Tumblr Theme:

1. kathy woo:

I love this tumblr theme too much to go through the agonizing search of an alternative theme. All I want to know is how to add a ‘reply’ option to my posts. Please help.

With warm regards,

October 18, 2010

2. Natasha:

Hi, Kathy, replies aren’t a theme-specific feature: http://staff.tumblr.com/post/411809675/community-menu

October 20, 2010

3. tina:

beautiful theme–i love how the colors complement each other.
two questions: is there a way to move the other page links to the top? and, this might be a strange question, but could i exchange the skins between post types? (90% of my posts are photos as a static page, and i’m missing the variety of colors!) if i could swap out the photo skin for the quote or link skin, that’d be awesome.

thanks for your work and help!

November 28, 2010

4. Saleem:

I loved this theme so much. It’s easy on the eyes and frankly it reminds me of lego building blocks. Could you please enable “Endless Scroll” option on this theme?


January 22, 2011

5. Andy:

I love this theme. I customized it a bit and fixed the NEXT & PREV button problems. Check it out here: http://state-hood.tumblr.com
I agree with Saleem, an endless scroll option would be nice.

Thanks for making such a great theme!

March 26, 2011

6. Natasha:

Thanks, Andy! Your blog looks great. What was wrong with the next and previous buttons? I would like to fix them, if I can.

March 30, 2011

This is the problem: https://skitch.com/teradome/r4tce (screenshot in Safari)

April 16, 2011

8. Mariana:

heey, i loved this theme, but there isn’t the “Dashboard” and “Customize” button? in mine it is not appearing!! look: http:/justsupimpa.tumblr.com

April 21, 2011

9. Natasha:

That’s actually a problem with Tumblr then. I’d contact their support. Nothing in the theme should make your Dashboard/Customize menu disappear because Tumblr doesn’t give us any control over those parts, and that’s why they’re the same on every theme. Sorry. 🙁

April 21, 2011

10. Anton:

hi there i’d like to customize some fonts at the bottom of the page, how do i do that? and i also need to get rid of caps

May 30, 2011

11. Whitney:

Love the theme! Thanks for all your hard work! Having some trouble with the next and previous buttons and pages as mentioned by others though. Biggest problem is the pages at the bottom, only like 5 words are showing. However, if you hover over it, the links are there, you just cannot see them. Any thoughts on fixing such? Or Andy, how did you put the links at the top instead in your customization?? Not sure if it’s just upset I have so many pages but would prefer the top anyways. Thanks!

July 3, 2011

12. Natasha:

Hi, Whitney. Can you include your link? It’s a bit hard to understand exactly what you mean.

July 3, 2011

13. Whitney:

Yeah, sorry! Thought I did…whoops.
See at the bottom for the pages, some words are covered up, but if you hover over them, the links work perfectly!

July 3, 2011

14. Maru:

I adore the readability and functionality of this theme! Thank you, I have poor eyesight and I’m tired of themes where I feel I’m staring at a lightbulb for hours.

Only problem is that I’d like for the box that contains the blog descriptions and links to rss, archive and questions to be at the top, but I can’t figure out the CSS to make it do that.

August 17, 2011

15. Elysa:

I love this theme, but is there any way to have the bottom block (with the links and description) at the top of the page under the title?

June 30, 2012

16. Darius Dias:

How do I put in an image for the header title rather than the century gothic text. Can’t seem to figure it out, please help.


July 29, 2012

17. Natasha:

Hi, Darius,

Unfortunately the theme doesn’t support header images. Sorry.

July 30, 2012

18. Natasha:

Not easily — you’ll have to modify and tinker with the custom HTML.

July 30, 2012

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