Having a broad experience with food blogging themes, we’ve decided that creating a theme that supports recipe listings for multiple authors is the next level.
We’re happy to announce our new multi-author recipe sharing theme — CookBook!
Curious to find out more? Read below about all the great features the theme includes.
- Multiple Authors Support
- Elementor Integration & Templates
- Featured & Popular Recipes
- Custom Recipe Details
- Light & Dark Color Schemes
- Recipe Index Integration
- Recipe Card Blocks Integration
Multiple Authors Support
CookBook is specifically created for recipe websites that gather multiple authors. This way, multiple contributors can add their recipes to the same platform. The custom authors page lists all the recipes contributors and provides links to their recipes. Plus, details like the author’s bio and profile picture are also displayed.
Elementor Integration & Templates
CookBook is fully integrated with the Elementor page builder. This gives you full control and flexibility for displaying your recipes in different ways. The free custom WPZOOM Addons for Elementor are also included and bring modules that extend the functionality of the page builder. Plus, you get to use the integrated Elementor templates, which are a great way of starting to create new pages.
Featured & Popular Recipes
CookBook makes it easy to feature your recipes in the Featured Recipes and Popular Recipes areas. This way, your readers will notice your featured posts immediately upon accessing your website.
Custom Recipe Details
CookBook includes custom recipe details meant to describe some useful particularities of the recipe such as preparation time or difficulty. This is a useful feature for your readers to easily scan the recipes across the website and choose the ones that suit them best.
Light & Dark Color Schemes
Since your website can be accessed globally and from different types of devices, CookBook includes a Light/Dark switch. You can choose one of the color schemes by default or choose the option so that the theme automatically adapts to the OS settings of your website visitors.
Recipe Index Integration
Integrated with a Recipe Index feature, CookBook makes it easy to organize your recipes in one place. Order them chronologically, by category, or as a simple list — it’s up to you to decide. There’s also a custom Elementor template for the recipe index that you can easily apply to your website.
Recipe Card Blocks Integration
Display your recipes beautifully with the Recipe Card Blocks, meaning the theme is fully compatible with the Gutenberg editor. Your recipes will include Schema markup, which lets search engines and social networks display information about your recipes. This will increase clicks and shareability, giving you an easy way to grow the traffic to your food blog.
Got any other questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us. Also, let us know what you think about the new theme in the comments section.