The responsible starter-kit for Grav CMS.
Wheat enable organizations and agencies to take responsible steps to improve or achieve their web presence while reducing their impact on the environment, by approaching the web in a sustainable, perennial, efficient and honest way.
What's in it for you
Page templates ranging from modular landing pages, blog, calendar, to eCommerce and products.
Modules to rapidly and easily build layouts or use as examples to create your own.
Start building with a base weight of less than 100KB and a 100% Lighthouse score.
Every template, and every script is designed with sustainability in mind, while delivering useful examples and use cases that can then be used to deliver product that are clean, efficient, open, honest, regenerative and resilient.
No toolchains, no build system, no framework.
We encourage using vanilla code so tooling can be kept to a minimum, making projects easy to maintain and keeping web development approachable for everyone.
Forget about build tasks and let Grav manages your assets, while GitHub ships to production using GitHub Actions and learn how to optimize deliveries with Cloudflare.
Only the good stuff
Modern, open source, flat-file CMS where performance is not just an afterthought, it's baked-in from the start.
Use existing or build new modular pages to allow for quick and versatile layouts.
Natively Markdown, HTML and TWIG support right in the content.
Built-in support for customizable taxonomies to organize your content.
Use your own native language, or support multiple different languages with ease.
In-Template Image Processing
Dynamic image manipulation to resize, crop, resample and optimize right from the TWIG templates.
Twig templating is best-in-class and provides powerful features along with great performance.
A built-in Asset Manager allows powerful control over CSS and JS including compression and pipelining.
Automate deployments and Cloudflare purge with pre-configured workflows.
No tooling required
Build everything using vanilla code and make your project maintainable for everyone.
Internet is responsible for around 4% of global emissions.
Internet must be treated as, and is, a physical object.
We aim for the speed of light (no less).