A common feature provided by Gantry is the ability to disable the mainbody and/or component area on a per-menu-item basis. Ideal for certain frontpage layouts.
A standard Gantry feature is the IE7 Redirect option, which automatically redirects IE7 visitors of your site to a custom unsupported page. The template supports IE8 and above.
Activate Selectivizr in the Advanced tab of the template settings to enable CSS3 level selectors for Internet Explorer 8. CSS selectors allow for more efficient and specific design.
Enable the Page Suffix feature to enable the automatic addition of unique classes to the body tag, from the menu name, allowing for page specific styling.
Gantry is built with structural RTL (right-to-left) support for its grids/module positions. The templates themselves have basic RTL support, such as for typography.
By default, the template has a responsive layout, but also has options for 960px and 1200px fixed widths. The fixed options do not have any mobile specific support.
The Gantry layout controls allow you to specific the number of positions per row. You can force positions to create uniquely sized layouts without the need for custom CSS.
Dropdown is a CSS based menu option, with many structural features such as configurable columns and distribution, subtext and inline modules, positions and icons.
Splitmenu is a static menu option that separates the parent and child menu items in configurable positions. By default, children are placed in the sidebar.
If you are using a responsive layout, you can choose between two mobile menu options: a sideward opening panel with a tree structure; or a selectbox menu.
Combing the power of ChartJS and HTML5 Canvas, you can create rich and cross-browser compatible graphs. These can be used for data as well as stylistic elements.
The template has two custom offline pages, a standard override, as well as a Coming Soon page with a configurable countdown, ideal for new sites waiting for launch.
Tessellate benefits from a custom override for the standard 404 error page — when someone accesses an incorrect, inaccessible or non-existent link on your site.