Billie is a beautiful accessible WordPress theme.
It can be used for any type of website, but is designed for blogs and portfolios.

The theme has two option menus, including a social menu, several different widget panels,
and a footer widget are that will hold any number of widgets.

The theme is compatible with the block editor, and also includes a Call to Action button
and two page sections that you can combine with your front page.

I recommend that you install the Jetpack plugin to make full use of supported features like featured content,
contact forms, testimonials, social sharing and more.

To create a portfolio, install jetpack and create your projects.
All the templates are already shipped with the theme.

Billie also works well with WooCommerce.

Demo and additional theme information

Change log

Version 1.1.1 2020-03-31

Fixed a critical issue with the main menu on tablets. Updated navigation.js.
Several improvements for the menu:
Markup: Moved the navigation out of the header tag.
Support for more sub menu levels.
Sub menu items now show in the responsive menu and the menu is properly centered.
Increased the size of the menu items in the responsive menu,
to make them easier to click on mobile phones.

The default content width has been decreased.
This was an important step to take, to finally be able to use wide and full width blocks in the editor.
This is most visible when no sidebar is used.
You will see a change in the design, but this change is important to
improve the readability and accessibility of your website.
Improvements have also been made for the width, paddings and margins of the content
on mobile phones. This makes the content easier to read.

Removed dashicons, since it was slowing the theme down.
You will see a change of the arrows in the main menu.

Improvements of the block editor styles to keep up with recent changes and to better
match the editor and the front.

Replaced theme support for Jetpack responsive videos with the WordPress
responsive embeds since these must not be enabled at the same time.

Featured images are now centered instead of left aligned.

The front page section panel has been renamed Page sections,
since they work on all pages where the template is used.

Font sizes are now more responsive.
The number of font-sizes used has been reduced.
The content text size has been increased to improve accessibility.
Several pixel values has been replaced with relative units and are now more consistent and uniform.

The entry footer has been changed from a footer tag to a div to improve accessibility.
Widgets has been changed from aside to div to improve accessibilility.
Improve the responsiveness of the widgets on different screensizes.

CSS and PHP code style changes according to WordPress coding standards.