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How To Store, Plan And Organize Your Content Ideas

Here is a simple, inexpensive, and effective system you can use to store, plan, and organize your content ideas.

How To Store, Plan And Organize Your Content IdeasThis tutorial is part of our Content Marketing With WordPress tutorial series, which show you how to create effective content to promote your website and grow your business online.

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There’s absolutely no way around it! If you want a successful presence online, you will need to learn how to create and produce content for your website pages, blog, newsletters, product descriptions, post headlines, sales copy, social media, ads, articles, promotional pieces, news releases, customer training, FAQs, forum signatures, SEO meta descriptions, etc.

Creating and producing content requires a system. Even if you plan to outsource all of your content writing, you will still need a system, as there are many content outsourcing challenges that you will need to overcome.

In this tutorial, we show you how to set up a simple system for storing, planning, and organizing your content ideas effectively, regardless of whether you plan to create content yourself or outsource it.

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If you need help coming up with new content ideas, we recommend downloading our content creation guide here: Infinite Content Creation: A Practical Step-By-Step Course On How To Create Endless Content For Your Website Or Blog!

How To Store, Plan, And Organize Your Content Ideas

To get results online you need to publish new content regularly

(To get results online you need to publish new content regularly)

Let’s say that you get an idea for an article or blog post but you’re just too busy to do something with it right now. What do you do? Do you write it down on the nearest piece of paper you can find? Do you not write it down and hope you’ll remember it later?

If your approach to creating content for your website or blog is to let an idea come to you spontaneously, work through it chaotically and publish only when you feel inspired or have the time to write, you will struggle to get results online. There’s way too much competition publishing way too much information online for this approach to be effective.

Fact: Businesses that get results online publish new content regularly. 

If you are serious about getting results online for your business, you need a system for coming up with new content ideas and for turning your ideas into published content on a regular basis.

Anyone who publishes content online regularly will tell you that turning an idea into published content involves research, planning, organizing, editing, and refining points, sections, subsections, etc. Sometimes, things get in the way of the creation process or more research or information is required and ideas need to be put on hold until the process can be resumed later.

It’s important, therefore, to have a system that lets you store, plan, organize, and process your content writing ideas, regardless of whether you plan to create the content yourself or outsource your content creation.

A Simple And Effective Content Production System

Ideally, we want to start with a simple, effective, and inexpensive system that can grow to accommodate your content creation needs. There are many useful tools and apps available to help you plan and organize your thoughts and ideas. The important thing is to have a system in place that allows you to effectively:

  • Jot down your content ideas.
  • Store, plan, and organize your content ideas
  • Draft (i.e. flesh out) your content ideas
  • Publish your finished content

Let’s show you how to set up a simple content production system like the one shown below using inexpensive tools and WordPress …

A simple and inexpensive content production system

(A simple and inexpensive content production system)

Jotting Down Your Content Ideas

Great content ideas can strike any time!

(Great content ideas can strike any time!)

A great idea for an article, blog post, video, podcast, e-book, lead generation report, etc. can strike you any time and anywhere. It could happen while you’re getting ready in the morning, going on a walk, shopping, standing in a queue, on your way to or from work, sitting in a meeting, watching TV, just before falling asleep, etc.

When an idea comes to you, you need an easy tool that will let you quickly jot the idea down. This can be an app on your phone that lets you create and save simple memos, a small writing pad that you carry in your purse, briefcase, or in your pocket, etc. Whatever tool you choose just make sure that you have something handy to record your ideas on when inspiration stikes.

For example, I recently attended a small business networking event. At the end of the event, I spoke with a business owner who doesn’t have a website. When I asked him why he has no website, his reply was that he doesn’t believe a website can help him grow his business.

I was intrigued by his answer, so I asked him to tell me more. He then told me that a website is just something businesses need for ‘credibility.’ In other words, this business owner believes that having a website doesn’t really help a business grow but if you don’t have a website, prospects will doubt the credibility of your business or whether it even exists.

As the non-techie owner of a website dedicated to helping other non-techies grow their business using a website, this naturally got me thinking about how I would educate other business owners like him about the benefits of using a website powered by WordPress to generate new business leads.

As I was waiting for the lift to take me down to the car park, I took out my phone and fired up the ‘Memo’ app I have installed specifically to record new content ideas …

Use a memo app to record your content ideas

(Use a memo app to record your content ideas)

I then quickly jotted down a rough idea for an article about how to use a website as more than just a ‘credibility’ tool …

Record your content ideas immediately

(Record your content ideas immediately)

Note: At this stage of the process, it doesn’t matter if you know the ‘5 ways to do XYZ’ or not … the important thing is to just record the idea as soon as you can. I certainly didn’t know what the ‘5 ways’ were going to be when I wrote the idea down and by the time the content gets written it may end up being the ‘3 ways,’ or the ‘5 ways,’ or even the ‘10 ways’ to do XYZ or become something completely different altogether. The end result is not important at this stage, only the process of recording the idea down. This should become a habit and you need to have some type of tool or medium to help you document your ideas.

After writing an idea down, the next step is to get it into a planning system. A phone app makes it easy to send memos to yourself or to your content production system via email …

Email the idea to yourself or to your content production system

(Email the idea to yourself or to your content production system)

Now that the first part of the process is complete (jotting the idea down), the next step is to store, plan, and organize your ideas.

Storing, Planning, And Organizing Your Content Ideas

A great tool you can use to help you store, plan, and organize your content ideas is TreePad

TreePad

(TreePad)

TreePad lets you create a hierarchical structure of folders where you can store text, images, URLs, etc. If you create different folders for each section of an article or book, for example, you can then easily rearrange or organize these sections by moving folders up, down, or nesting them inside other folders.

With a tool like this, you can easily add 10, 100, or 1,000+ new ideas for content  and keep everything stored, organized, prioritized, and immediately accessible.

In my earlier example, after the content idea I sent through from my phone app via email arrived in my inbox, I then transferred it to a simple content production planner I’ve created using TreePad …

A content production planner created with TreePad

(A content production planner created with TreePad)

As you can see from the above screenshot, this is nothing more than a folder I’ve labelled “Content Production” with a new folder created for every new content idea I get.

This simple content production planner lets you easily:

  • Add content ideas with a rough working title (can change it anytime)
  • Prioritize ideas in the content production schedule (just move folders up or down to prioritize items)
  • Add rough notes and bullet point sections, play with title ideas, etc.
  • Add and save research notes, URLs of videos, images, additional references, resource links, etc.

Once the idea has been safely stored and saved in this simple content planning system, you can get on with other things and come back to it anytime it suits you to work on your idea and develop it further. When you come across new information that would be useful to add or help expand your idea, you can simply open the tool, paste the content in, save it, and continue working on it later.

This simple system lets you work on any idea you have stored, reassign its priority, archive it once you have completed and published it, or even delete it from your schedule if the idea turns out not to be worth pursuing any further.

To learn more about using this tool, see the tutorial below:

Drafting Your Content Ideas

Once you have all the information you need, create your draft content

(Once you have all the information you need, create your draft content)

Your content creation system should include having a content plan and setting aside regular time to work either on creating new content, or managing its production (e.g. outsourcing).

When the time comes to develop an idea further, open up your content planning tool and select the item to work on next. The first step of this process will be to assemble all the information and research you have gathered into a draft article, blog post, video/audio script, etc.

During the draft stage, don’t waste time worrying about things like formatting, styling, typefaces, font colors, font sizes, etc. These are unnecessary time-wasting distractions at this point. The best way to create a draft of your content is to write it in a plain text file. You can format this later.

Useful Writing Tools

Here are some useful tools we recommend including as part of your content writing system:

Built-In Plain Text Editor

A plain text editor lets you create draft content without distractions

(A plain text editor lets you create draft content without distractions)

Using your computer’s built-in plain text editor like Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Apple) lets you focus entirely on what you want to say. It also lets you create content quickly and without distractions.

Notetab

NoteTab lets you work on multiple text files at once

(NoteTab lets you work on multiple text files at once)

NoteTab is a plain text file editing tool that lets you work on multiple text files at once. This is like using your computer’s plain text file editor on steroids.

NoteTab is great for organizing your ideas during the initial draft phase. You can build your article in one open tab and paste in snippets of text like lists, quotes, research URLs, tags, etc. into other open tabs and perform a whole range of other functions while you work and assemble your content.

For more information about using this tool, see the tutorial below:

Grammarly

Grammarly - Free Grammar Checking Software

(Grammarly – Free Grammar Checking Software)

Grammarly is a powerful grammar checking tool for creating web content, reports, e-books, presentations, etc. You can install the free version of Grammarly on your web browser, Microsoft Word, etc.

After writing your content, run it through Grammarly and it will not only pick up all of your spelling and grammatical errors but also point out errors in your punctuation (e.g. wrong use of commas, double spacing between words, duplicated words, etc), poor sentence structure, style, etc.

As you scroll through each error, Grammarly shows you what’s wrong and gives you the option of automatically fixing errors with one click. You can also ignore the correction suggestions if you want and keep scrolling through to the next item.

The paid version of the software takes your content checking to a whole new level and lists advanced issues, suggests vocabulary enhancements, detects instances of plagiarism, etc.

To learn more about using this powerful tool, go here:

Publishing Your Finished Content

After you have created a draft article or blog post in a plain text file (or a word processor), you can create a new post or page in WordPress, paste in your draft content and format it using the built-in WordPress visual content editor …

WordPress visual content editor

(WordPress visual content editor)

WordPress has a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) content editor that lets you format your text visually by clicking on menu buttons (similar to using MS Word).

Save your new article or blog post as a draft in WordPress until you are done editing, formatting, and checking it for spelling or grammatical errors and are ready to publish it.

To learn more about using the WordPress visual content editor, see the tutorial below:

Content Production System: 5-Step Summary

Get your content production system in place and start publishing new content regularly

(Get your content production system in place and start publishing new content regularly)

To get results online, you will need to publish content regularly. This requires having a system for coming up with new content ideas and for turning your ideas into published content on a regular basis.

In this tutorial, we have described a simple, inexpensive, and effective system you can use to store, plan, and organize your content ideas.

Here are the steps again:

  1. Jot your ideas down on a writing pad or phone memo app as soon as new ideas present themselves to you.
  2. Add your ideas to a content planning tool like TreePad that lets you store, organize, prioritize, and add research notes and additional information.
  3. When you are ready to create a draft article, blog post, or video/audio script, use a plain text editor like Notepad, TextEdit, or NoteTab to flesh out your content idea without distractions.
  4. After your draft content has been written, create a new WordPress post or page and paste your content in, then format it using the WordPress Visual Content Editor. Save it as a draft in WordPress until you are ready to publish it.
  5. After you are done editing your content and have checked it for spelling and grammatical errors (use a tool like Grammarly), publish your content.

Additional Resources

As your content production needs grow, consider installing a WordPress editorial plugin to help you plan, manage, and schedule your content. To learn more about different plugins you can use, see the tutorial below:

If you need help coming up with new content ideas for your website or blog, check out our content creation guide below:

We hope that you have found the above information useful. Now you have a simple, inexpensive, and effective system for storing, planning, organizing and turning your content ideas into published content.

How To Store, Plan And Organize Your Content Ideas

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Best WordPress Themes For Clubs, Charities, Fundraisers, Political Campaigns And Non-Profit Organizations

Here are some of the best WordPress themes for clubs, sports organizations, charities, fundraisers, political campaigns, and non-profit organizations …

Best WordPress Themes For Clubs, Charities, Fundraisers, Political Campaigns And Non-Profit OrganizationsAre you a club or sports organization, charity, fundraiser, political campaigner, or not-for-profit organization?

Using WordPress themes can save you a great deal of time on web design. WordPress provides loads of great templates that will help you create a professional and attractive website for your cause or organization. Most WordPress themes feature responsive design and will work great on any computer or mobile device. Many WordPress themes also support different languages and include customizable options and plugins that allow you to fully control your website and your information.

Below is a list of WordPress themes for your club, charity, fundraiser, political campaign, or non-profit organization.

Best WordPress Themes For Clubs, Charities, Fundraisers, Political Campaigns And Non-Profit Organizations

Club Sports

WordPress Theme - Club Sports

(Club Sports)

Club Sports is a WordPress theme for sports like football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, tennis and other sports clubs and societies. This theme provides advanced options for easy management of teams, players, sports news, and fixtures. Additional features include unlimited color options, built-in RTL (right-to-left) support, support for images, slideshows and videos, full width pages, unlimited sidebars, auto generated thumbnails, automatic pagination, sortable/filterable categories, and advanced blog options.

For more information, go here: Club Sports

Sport

Sport

(Sport Theme For WordPress)

Sport is a clean, minimal, modular, and flexible WordPress theme for sporting clubs, community centers, social and special interest clubs, and non-profit websites. A beautifully designed multi-page multi-purpose WordPress template, perfect for clubs, community centers, sports and non-profit websites. This SEO-friendly, responsive, translation-ready and highly customizable theme includes online store functionality, 2 pre-designed skins (or create your own palette with unlimited color options), 40 different header layouts, 4 image gallery options, wide and boxed pages, custom widgets, advanced blog posts, and so much more.

For more information, go here: Sport

Charity Hub

Charity Hub Theme For WordPress

(Charity Hub)

Charity Hub is a clean, responsive WordPress theme for setting up a charity, NGO, non-profit organization, donation, church, or fundraising website. The theme includes a system for setting up and managing causes and collecting single and recurring donations online with PayPal. Amounts raised for causes automatically display as a percentage bar of the total amount raised and issue payment receipts to donor emails. Additional theme features include scrolling image and video backgrounds, advanced page builders, unlimited colors, customizable sidebars, boxed or full-width page layouts, and more.

For more details, go here: Charity Hub

Mission

Mission WordPress Theme

(Mission WordPress Theme)

Mission is a premium responsive WordPress theme for charity and foundation websites. The theme includes management features for causes, events, staff profiles, custom widgets for recent news, causes and events, unlimited color options, contact form, social features, and more.

For more details about this theme, go here: Mission

Donate Now WordPress Theme

(Donate Now Theme For WordPress)

Donate Now is a clean, flexible, and fully responsive WordPress theme that can be used for any type of charity or non-profit organization. The theme comes loaded with features and powerful customization options, including options to configure recurring and custom donation amounts, shortcodes for adding donation forms, lists, targets, collected funds, and animated progress bars to pages, and over 40 customizable page elements. Additional features include the ability to add donors to your users list, create donor roles, export donations list to CSV files, customizable ‘thank you’ emails and admin email notifications, and a whole lot more.

For more information about this theme and a live demo, go here: Donate Now

Earth

Earth

(Earth Theme For WordPress)

Earth is an SEO-friendly and fully responsive WordPress theme designed for environmental and eco-friendly non-profit organization websites. The theme includes built-in event management features and events calendar, a donate button in the header, image galleries, blog, custom homepage builder, styling options, built-in support for an online store, widgetized sidebar and footers, and much more.

For more details about this theme, go here: Earth

Advocate

Advocate

(Advocate Theme For WordPress)

Advocate is a responsive and highly customizable WordPress theme for nonprofits, charities, activists, and political campaigns. The theme includes a number of custom options that allow you to clearly display your events, news, sponsors, and programs, and make it easy for users to donate to and learn more about your cause. Unique features include a donation page, custom events calendar, sponsors areas, features pages, various gallery and portfolio layouts, the ability to easily change font styles, create unlimited colors and more.

More info: Advocate

Aid

WordPress Theme - Aid

(Aid)

Aid is a responsive and translation-ready WordPress theme for charity organizations focused on raising funds and keeping visitors up-to-date on important issues happening in the world. The theme includes donations ticker and call-to-action, alert box for emergencies, sponsors slider in the footer, unlimited color options, image sliders, easy logo customization, a full-width page template, advanced animations and effects, and social icons.

For more details and a live demo, go here: Aid

Wisdom Of Life

WordPress Theme - Wisdom Of Life

(Wisdom Of Life WordPress Theme)

Wisdom Of Life is a clean, elegant, and customizable WordPress theme for setting up a small to large NGO or non-profit organization website. The theme includes an events management feature, events countdown widget, Google maps for events, donation widget, stylish pictures and videos gallery with the option to display or hide YouTube video thumbnails, zoomable images, multiple widget areas, and Facebook Likebox integration. Additional features include unlimited color schemes, compatibility with all major browsers, RTL support, and multi-language support.

For more information about this theme, go here: Wisdom Of Life

Philanthropy

Philanthropy

(Philanthropy Theme)

Philanthropy is a responsive, SEO-friendly, and translation-ready WordPress theme for nonprofit organizations that lets you accept donations on your website and features multiple slider options, color picker, built-in events calendar with recurring events, loads of built-in page layouts unlimited sidebars, contact form, automatic backups, social icons , animations, and more.

More information: Philanthropy

Townpress

TownPress

(TownPress Theme)

TownPress is an ideal WordPress city or town portal theme for small towns, villages, or modern municipalities. This mobile responsive and translation-ready theme offers niche-specific features like local weather widget, upcoming events, town documents, town notices, image galleries, forum support, support for RTL languages, and more.

To learn more about this theme and view a live demo, go here: TownPress

Politico

Politico WordPress Theme

(Politico Theme)

Politico is an ideal WordPress theme for setting up a political campaign site. This responsive and translation-ready theme includes features like a slideshow for promoting a candidate or drawing attention to important issues, unlimited banner colors, customizable “Donate Now” button and election countdown, easy logo customization, full width page template, and much more.

For more details about this theme, go here: Politico

Campaign

Campaign

(Campaign Theme)

Campaign is a WordPress theme designed for promoting political campaigns or causes. The theme includes features for collecting constituent names and email addresses and exporting them to email services, events calendar, donation button in the header, 2 body styles, boxed and full-width, 4 color schemes, 6 background pattern options, 2 content layouts, optional disclaimer in footer (required in the USA by the FEC for political committees), 4 custom widgets, fields to easily embed YouTube and Vimeo videos on the home page, in slides, and in posts, image sliders, social media icons, home page and footer widgets, and more.

More info: Campaign

In addition to the above themes, we have also compiled a list of the Best WordPress Themes For Churches, Synagogues, Mosques And Religious Websites

We hope that you have found the above information useful. To view more WordPress themes, see this section or check out the theme directory on our sidebar. If you’re a WordPress theme developer and have a theme that you would like to add to this list, go here.

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Best WordPress Themes For Churches, Synagogues, Mosques And Religious Websites

Here are some of the best WordPress themes for a church, synagogue, mosque, house of prayer, or religious website …

Best WordPress Themes For Churches, Synagogues, Mosques And Religious WebsitesAre you looking to set up a website for your church, synagogue, mosque, or a religious group or community?

Using WordPress themes can save you a great deal of time and money on web design. WordPress provides many great web design templates that will let you create an inviting, professional, and attractive website for your church, temple, mosque, or organization. Most WordPress themes are mobile responsive and will look great on any device. Additionally, many WordPress themes can be easily translated into different languages and include customizable theme options and plugins that will give you full control of your website and your information.

Here is a list of stylish and elegant WordPress themes for churches, synagogues, temples, mosques, houses of prayer, and other religious-themed sites.

Best WordPress Themes For Churches, Synagogues, Mosques And Religious Websites

ChurcHope

ChurcHope

(ChurcHope)

ChurcHope is a clean, modern, and responsive WordPress theme with everything you need to set up a website for a church. This fully customizable theme includes lots of pre-built page layouts, unlimited color palette, online store, flexible page width, classic blog styling and important functionality for churches, such as video, audio, or PDF sermon management, event management with event countdown, upcoming events, calendar page and widget, locations, and time schedule, speaker profiles and bios, social features, testimonials, newsletter subscriptions, slideshows, and a whole lot more.

More info: ChurcHope

Risen

Risen Theme

(Risen Theme)

Risen is a WordPress theme for churches, parachurch ministries, nonprofits, and charities. This theme includes many great features, such as mobile-friendly responsive design, built-in sermon podcasting, sermon archive, photo and video gallery, church events (recurring), support for multiple locations, staff profiles and church news. Additional features include powerful customization options that allow you to easily to change the theme’s colors, fonts, and background. Additionally, the theme is very well-documented with easy to follow instructions and video guides explaining how to use all of its features.

More info: Risen

NativeChurch

NativeChurch Theme

(WordPress Theme – NativeChurch)

NativeChurch is a powerful WordPress theme for churches, charities, non-profit and religious websites. The theme includes full screen event calendars with built-in events management plugin, audio and video sermons management, causes and donations with built-in online payment system, wide and boxed layout pages, 10 predefined color schemes and customizable colors, gallery pages, contact form, support for language translations, and more.

More information: NativeChurch

Church And Events

Church And Events WordPress Theme

(Church And Events WordPress Theme)

Church and Events is a WordPress theme built for churches and running events. This SEO friendly and translation-ready theme supports WordPress event management and registration plugins, includes donation system and sermon support for managing videos, audios, PDF files and links, and provides endless design possibilities with boxed and full-width layouts, 10 header layouts, one-page style menu option, sticky header position option, over 20 footer layouts, sidebar manager, and more.

More info: Church And Events

Dunamis

WordPress Theme - Dunamis

(Dunamis WordPress Theme)

Dunamis is a modern church theme designed for churches and religious institutions. This responsive theme works across all screen sizes and devices, and allows you to accept recurring donations online, add podcast sermons, post announcements, schedule events, and more.

For more details about this theme, go here: Dunamis

WP-Church

WP-Church WordPress Theme

(WP-Church WordPress Theme)

WP-Church theme for WordPress includes unique events calendar with countdown timer and upcoming events widget, mp3 players for sermon podcasts, automatic scripture finder, image galleries with configurable slideshow, Google maps with street view and directions, newsletter subscription widget, custom colors, and more.

For more information about this theme and a live demo, go here: WP-Church

Church Suite

Church Suite Theme

(Church Suite Theme For WordPress)

Church Suite is a fully responsive WordPress theme with a minimal, clean design that is fast to load for visitors and ideal for church websites. The theme includes a theme options panel with management features for events, sermons, causes, and donations, and custom widgets for social media, contact forms, newsletters, and more. This theme also supports unlimited colors and layouts and many font, font icon, and styling options.

For more details, go here: Church Suite

Real Church

Real Church WordPress Theme

(Real Church WordPress Theme)

Real Church is a powerful church theme for WordPress. This search optimized and translation-ready theme includes support for sermons with videos, audios, attachments and PDF files, events and time counters, maps, pastor profiles, blog, social links, galleries, and more.

For more details about this theme and a live demo, go here: Real Church

Incarnation

Incarnation

(Incarnation Theme For WordPress)

Incarnation is a responsive SEO-friendly WordPress theme suitable for building any type of church website with an online community. The theme supports audio and video sermons, event calendar, community forum, and many other options. Additional features include multi-language support, option for customizing layout, styling, colors and fonts.

For more information about this theme, go here: Incarnation

Blessing

Blessing Theme

(WordPress Theme – Blessing)

Blessing is a modern-looking WordPress theme for churches, charities, and prayer groups. The theme includes an events calendar and mail subscription functionality, allowing users to keep track of church events, prayer meetings, conferences, and charity events, and to receive notifications of important dates and events. Additionally, the theme includes image sliders and effects, video support, advanced page options, custom widgets, and a bonus Christmas newsletter template.

For more details and a live demo of this theme, go here: Blessing

Helping Hands

Helping Hands Theme

(Helping Hands WordPress Theme)

Helping Hands is a mobile-responsive and search optimized WordPress theme for churches, non-profit organizations, charities, and fundraising websites. The theme includes many powerful features, including collecting donations via PayPal or other payment processing gateways for single and multiple campaigns and rewarding donors, full-width and boxed layouts with unlimited colors and variations, advanced control panel, and more.

To learn more about this theme, go here: Helping Hands

New Jerusalem

WordPress Theme - New Jerusalem

(New Jerusalem)

New Jerusalem is a clean, modern WordPress theme with a slight traditional touch suitable for a Synagogue website. The theme was developed after proper study of various Synagogue websites like Central Synagogue (New York), Beth Jaacov (Hamilton), Choral Synagogue (Saint-Petersburg), and includes multiple page templates for creating extended website sections like prayer and holiday calendars, educational programs, staff profiles, photo galleries, donations, membership and contact form, and video, audio, and written sermons. Additional features include Hebrew date (day, month, year), Shabbos candle-lighting times (according to time zone), weekly Torah portion, and built-in support for translations.

For more information, go here: New Jerusalem

Islamic

Islamic WordPress Theme

(Islamic WordPress Theme)

Islamic is a responsive WordPress theme suitable for any type of Islamic website such as an Islamic center, mosque, or community site. The theme features RTL (right-to-left) support for languages like Arabic, Persian, and Urdu, unlimited color options, responsive image sliders, multiple blog styles and layouts, and more.

For more details, go here: Islamic

Mosque

Mosque Theme For WordPress

(WordPress Theme – Mosque)

Mosque is a fully responsive, multi-purpose WordPress theme and complete solution for an Islamic center website. The theme includes features like event management, crowdfunding, PayPal donations, image gallery, audio and video management, Islamic teachings management, prayer timings, and online store. Additional features include built-in styled sliders, multiple blog layouts, menus, Arabic fonts, and support for language translation.

For more details and a live demo, go here: Mosque

Islamic Center

Islamic Center Theme For WordPress

(Islamic Center Theme)

Islamic Center is an ideal WordPress theme for managing events, crowdfunding causes and collecting donations, adding audio and video sermons, and listing scholar and teachers profiles. The theme also features unique home and inner page layouts, audio and video management, image sliders, and online store and payment processing functionality for selling items or collecting donations online.

For more information, go here: Islamic Center

In addition to the above themes, we have also compiled a list of the Best WordPress Themes For Clubs, Charities, Fundraisers, Political Campaigns And Non-Profit Organizations

We hope that you have found the above information useful. To view more WordPress themes, see this section or check out the theme directory on our sidebar. If you’re a WordPress theme developer and have a theme that you would like to add to this list, go here.

Best WordPress Themes For Churches, Synagogues, Mosques And Religious Websites

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