How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

Learn how to customize the appearance of your WordPress theme using the WordPress Theme Customizer and WordPress Live Preview feature.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme CustomizerWordPress themes provide non-techie website owners not only with an incredible choice of professional web design options and layouts but also great versatility and the ability to further customize the theme and create a unique look and feel for their sites.

In this step-by-step guide for non-techies, we’ll look at how to edit your WordPress theme using the WordPress Theme customizer and explore the options and settings of the WordPress Theme customizer menu.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

To access the WordPress Theme customizer, log into WordPress, then go to the main menu and select Appearance > Customize

WordPress menu: Appearance > Customize

(WordPress menu: Appearance > Customize)

This brings up the WordPress Theme Customizer screen …

WordPress Theme Customizer screen

(WordPress Theme Customizer screen)

The Theme Customizer screen allows you to edit and configure your theme settings and preview changes live before committing these to your site …

WordPress Theme Customizer: Theme options menu and live preview screen

(WordPress Theme Customizer: Theme options menu and live preview screen)

WordPress Theme Customizer – Live Preview Feature

The Live Preview section contains clickable edit buttons …

Click to edit WordPress theme elements

(Click to edit WordPress theme elements)

Clicking on the edit buttons brings up relevant sections of the Customizer menu and allows you to change theme elements in live preview mode …

Edit WordPress theme elements in live preview mode

(Edit WordPress theme elements in live preview mode)

As you make changes to options, fields, or settings, WordPress displays these in the Live Preview section …

View live WordPress Theme edits in the Customizer

(View live WordPress Theme edits in the Customizer)

Once you are happy with the changes you have made to your theme, click the ‘Publish’ button to save these and update your theme settings …

Publish your theme changes

(Publish your theme changes)

In version 4.9, WordPress introduced a number of changes to improve Theme Customizer workflow, such as the ability to save your theme changes in ‘draft’ mode, schedule your theme changes for publishing at a later date, collaborate on theme design improvements with others by sharing design preview links, locking your design to protect it from being changed by other users, and more.

To access these additional publishing settings, click on the gear icon next to the ‘Publish’ button …

Click the gear icon to access additional theme publishing settings

(Click the gear icon to access additional theme publishing settings)

This brings up additional Theme Customizer options …

Additional Theme Customizer options

(Additional Theme Customizer options)

Select one of the publishing options from the ‘Action’ section to save your changes …

Publish your theme changes live, as a draft, or schedule for later

(Publish your theme changes live, as a draft, or schedule for later)

To exit the WordPress Theme Customizer feature, click on the ‘X’ button …

Exit WordPress Theme Customizer

(Exit WordPress Theme Customizer)

Note: If you exit the WordPress Theme Customizer feature without saving your changes, you will be prompted to cancel and save/publish your edits, or navigate away from the page and lose your changes …

WordPress Theme Customizer 'exit without saving' prompt

(WordPress Theme Customizer ‘exit without saving’ prompt)

Sometimes, when exiting the Theme Customizer screen, you may also see a warning from the WordPress Autosave feature asking you to restore your most recent changes …

WordPress Autosave notice

(WordPress Autosave notice)

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu

(WordPress Theme Customizer Menu)

The WordPress Theme Customizer menu provides a number of editable options and settings. The items you will see on the menu depend on the WordPress theme you have installed on your site and can include the following:

  • Default theme configuration options and settings
  • Custom theme options and settings specific to the active WordPress theme you are currently using
  • Options and settings from active WordPress plugins that you have installed on your site, which affect you current theme.

Let’s go through these menu items …

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Active Theme

To change your current WordPress theme, click the ‘Change’ button in the ‘Active theme’ section of the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer menu - Active theme section

(WordPress Theme Customizer menu – Active theme section)

From the ‘Themes’ section, you can select a different theme from the themes you have currently installed on your site …

Select a new theme from your installed WordPress themes

(Select a new theme from your installed WordPress themes)

Or search for new themes from the WordPress theme repository …

Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Theme Customizer

(Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Theme Customizer)

You can search, browse, and preview thousands on WordPress themes from from your Theme Customizer screen before deploying changes to your site and speed up the search for new themes with filters for subject, features, and layout.

Changing WordPress Themes – Installed Themes

To change your existing theme to a new theme that you have already installed on your site, click on ‘Live Preview’ …

Installed themes - Live Preview

(Installed themes – Live Preview)

WordPress will display a live preview of the new theme in your Customizer screen. Click on ‘Activate & Publish’ to activate and switch themes …

Click 'Activate & Publish' to change your active WordPress theme

(Click ‘Activate & Publish’ to change your active WordPress theme)

Changing WordPress Themes – WordPress.org Themes

If you can’t find a new theme from the themes you have currently installed on your site, you can browse the WordPress.org free theme repository from the Theme Customizer’s ‘Active theme > WordPress.org themes’ section.

After finding a new theme, click on ‘Install & Preview’ …

Install & Preview new WordPress themes

(Install & Preview new WordPress themes)

The new theme will be installed and display in the Theme Customizer’s ‘Live Preview’ screen …

WordPress Theme switching - live preview

(WordPress Theme switching – live preview)

Click on ‘Activate & Publish’ to activate and switch themes …

Click 'Activate & Publish' to change themes

(Click ‘Activate & Publish’ to change themes)

Important

As mentioned earlier, installing new themes can add new items to the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

New WordPress themes can add new custom settings to the Customizer menu

(New WordPress themes can add new items to the Customizer menu)

New Theme Customizer menu items often add new configurable theme options and settings to the feature …

WordPress Theme Customizer menu items add new theme options and settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer menu items add new theme options and settings)

To exit the ‘Themes’ section (or any Customizer menu section), click on the arrow to the left of the menu item …

Click on the arrow to exit a Customizer section

(Click on the arrow to exit a Customizer section)

Tip

WordPress themes cannot be deleted or uninstalled from the Customizer section. To delete or uninstall a WordPress theme, go to the Themes section (‘Appearance > Themes’).

To learn more about managing and editing WordPress themes, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Site Identity

Click on ‘Site Identity’ in the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Site Identity

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Site Identity)

This section lets you customize elements of your site like the logo, site title, tagline, and site icon …

WordPress site identity options

(WordPress site identity options)

To learn more about configuring settings in this section, see the following tutorials:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Colors

Depending on the WordPress theme installed on your site, you can have a choice of options (or a single option, or no options) for customizing your site’s colors …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Colors

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Colors)

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Header And Background Image

Once again, depending on the WordPress theme installed on your site, you may see options for customizing your site’s Header and Background image …

Customize WordPress Header and Background images

(Customize WordPress Header and Background images)

To learn more about using logos and images in this section, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Menus

To edit your WordPress theme menus in the Theme Customizer, click on the ‘Menus’ section …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Menus

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Menus)

The menus you will see displayed in this section depend on your currently active theme …

Customize your WordPress menus in the Theme Customizer

(Customize your WordPress menus in the Theme Customizer)

To learn more about using menus in WordPress, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Widgets

To edit your WordPress theme widgets in the Theme Customizer, click on the ‘Widgets’ menu item …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Widgets

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Widgets)

The widgets displayed in this section will depend on your currently active theme …

Customize your WordPress widgets in the Theme Customizer

(Customize your WordPress widgets)

You can also access the widget section by clicking on the edit buttons in the Live Preview screen …

Edit your theme widget settings in the WordPress Live Preview screen

(Edit your theme widget settings in the WordPress Live Preview screen)

To learn more about using widgets, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – HomePage Settings

You can configure your WordPress home page settings from the ‘Homepage Settings’ menu item …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Homepage Settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Homepage Settings)

To learn more about WordPress home page settings, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Additional CSS

You can view and edit some of your WordPress theme’s CSS code by clicking on the ‘Additional CSS’ menu section …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Additional CSS

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Additional CSS)

This brings up the ‘Additional CSS’ section …

Edit your WordPress Theme CSS

(Edit your WordPress Theme CSS)

In WordPress 4.9, several coding enhancements were introduced, such as Syntax Highlighting and Error Checking, which allows users to scan, pinpoint, and fix CSS editing and coding errors quickly and easily from the WordPress Theme Customizer …

Coding Enhancements

(Scan and fix CSS errors easily in your WordPress theme coding)

Tip

Even if you are a non-technical WordPress user, this feature can help you pinpoint issues and alert theme developers about problems with your existing theme.

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Plugin Settings

Adding certain plugins to your website can affect your WordPress theme. Depending on the plugins you have installed (e.g. Yoast SEO), you may find new options and settings added to your Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Plugin Settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Plugin Settings)

To learn more about using plugins in WordPress, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Live Preview Display Options

Most WordPress themes are fully responsive. The WordPress Live Preview feature in the WordPress Theme Customizer lets you see how your site will display in different devices and viewing platforms …

Live Preview Display Options Menu

(Live Preview Display Options Menu)

By default, live previews display your site as seen on a full resolution screen (e.g. a desktop or laptop computer) …

Live Preview - Full Screen Display

(Live Preview – Full Screen Display)

You can also see how your site will display on a tablet screen …

Live Preview - Tablet Screen Display

(Live Preview – Tablet Screen Display)

And on a mobile device screen …

Live Preview - Mobile Screen Display

(Live Preview – Mobile Screen Display)

Click on the ‘Hide Controls’ button to hide the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

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(WordPress Theme Customizer – Hide Controls)

This lets you preview your theme without being distracted by the Customizer menu …

Live Preview With Theme Customizer Hidden

(Live Preview With Theme Customizer Hidden)

Congratulations! Now you know how to edit your WordPress theme using the WordPress theme Customizer feature.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

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WordPress Installation Files: A Glossary For Non-Techies

Need to know what WordPress installation folders and files in your server are used for? Here is a glossary of WordPress installation files for non-techies …

WordPress Installation Files: A Glossary For Non-TechiesWhen WordPress is installed on your domain, either by performing a manual WordPress installation or using a WordPress installation script like Softaculous or Fantastico, a number of folders and files get added to your server’s root directory.

Although these folders and files are mostly accessed by technical users like website developers, it’s good to know what these folders and files are used for, especially if you plan to build or manage your own WordPress site.

WordPress installation files

(WordPress installation files)

You can view these folders and files using an FTP application or cPanel’s File Manager. For help with this, see the tutorial below:

Knowing what WordPress installation folders and files do is also important for areas like:

WordPress Installation Files: A Glossary For Non-Techies

Your WordPress site is made up of your WordPress installation files and your WordPress database. These are responsible for creating, storing, and managing all of your site’s information, web pages, etc.

Below is a glossary of WordPress installation files for non-techies. The glossary includes non-technical explanations and descriptions with links to related tutorials.

If you need more technical information about the folders or files below, please refer to the official WordPress documentation here:

wp-admin

This folder contains all of the files that control your WordPress site’s installation, administration, and management functions …

WordPress wp-admin folder

(WordPress wp-admin folder)

wp-content

This folder holds all of the content supplied by users (e.g. images uploaded to the WordPress Media Library) and stores all of the WordPress Themes and WordPress Plugins installed on your site …

WordPress wp-content folder

(WordPress wp-content folder)

This folder is also used for things like:

wp-includes

This folder contains most of the technical files and instructions required for supporting WordPress functionality …

WordPress wp-includes folder

(WordPress wp-includes folder)

.htaccess

An .htaccess file is a configuration file used on web servers running the Apache Web Server software. It contains important server instructions …

WordPress .htaccess file

(WordPress .htaccess file)

The .htaccess file is used to enable/disable functionality, such as:

  • Enabling password protection on a directory
  • Enabling content protection
  • Denying visitors access to the website
  • Redirecting visitors to another page or a custom error or 404 page
  • Preventing images on your site from being hotlinked
  • Etc.

If you experience WordPress errors, it may be because your .htaccess file has become corrupted. If this happens, see this tutorial:

index.php

This is the core WordPress index file that instructs your WordPress theme and blog to load.

This file looks to see if you have set a home page in WordPress and displays that page to your visitors. If not, it displays a default blog page.

Basically, what the index.php file does, is show visitors a page like this when they visit your site …

This is what visitors see thanks to index.php

(This is what visitors see thanks to index.php)

Instead of a directory of internal files like this …

This is what visitors see if index.php file is removed

(This is what visitors see if index.php file is removed)

license.txt

This file contains the WordPress GPL license which states that WordPress is free software and can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

readme.html

This file contains useful pre-installation information about WordPress …

WordPress ReadMe file

(WordPress ReadMe file)

wp-activate.php

This file confirms that the activation key sent in an email after a user signs up for a new site matches the key for that user and then displays confirmation.

wp-blog-header.php

This file decides what to display based on the parameters that are passed to the blog from any page that wants to display WordPress content and loads the WordPress environment and template.

wp-comments-post.php

This file receives posted comments and adds them to the WordPress database. It also prevents duplicate comment posting.

wp-config-sample.php

This is a sample of the wp-config.php file used to connect WordPress to your MySQL database. You can use this sample file to manually create the wp-config.php file (see below).

wp-config.php

The wp-config.php file is one of your most important WordPress installation files. The wp-config.php file is located in the root of your WordPress file directory and contains your website’s base configuration details, such as your database connection information (e.g. Database Name,  Database Username, Database Password, Database Host, etc.)

Here is some useful information about wp-config.php file:

  • The wp-config.php file isn’t included in the WordPress download files. It is created during the WordPress setup process based either on the information you provide during the manual installation process, or automatically, if you use a WordPress installation script (e.g. Softaculous, Fantastico, etc.)
  • A wp-config.php file can be created manually by editing the sample file (“wp-config-sample.php”), resaving it as wp-config.php and uploading this file to the root install directory.
  • The content of the wp-config.php file follow a specific order. Rearranging the order of this content may create errors on your website.
  • Editing WordPress files like wp-config.php should always be done using a plain text editor. Never use a word processor like Microsoft Word or Google Docs to edit WordPress files.

Many important modifications to WordPress can be done manually by adding lines of code to the wp-config.php file. Some of the features and functionality affected by the wp-config.php file, for example, include:

  • Adding WordPress Security Keys
  • WordPress Autosave And Post Revision (including changing the Autosave interval and disabling Post revisions)
  • Increasing PHP Memory Limit
  • Defining the ‘home’ address of your WordPress site (i.e. the URL people type in to visit your site).
  • Moving folders (e.g. content, plugins, themes, uploads folder, etc.) to directories in your server other than their default location.
  • Enabling WordPress Multisite
  • Using WordPress In Other Languages
  • Disabling plugin and theme installation, updates, and edits
  • Disabling WordPress automatic and core updates
  • Blocking external URL requests
  • Forcing Admins and Logins to use SSL
  • Overriding default WordPress File Permissions
  • Changing WordPress Cron settings
  • Emptying the trash
  • Debugging WordPress (troubleshooting errors and making repairs)
  • Allowing WordPress users to optimize and repair the WordPress database
  • And so much more …

wp-cron.php

A CRON job is essentially an automated scheduled task. It’s like someone programming a robot to do XYZ at a specific time. If someone asks the robot “is it time to do XYZ yet?” the robot can then either say “no, it’s not time yet” or “yes, it’s time” and then automatically perform the task.

By default, WordPress calls up wp-cron.php whenever someone visits your WordPress site and a scheduled task is present. Also, web hosts normally offer CRON. The wp-cron.php file provides a CRON function for hosts that do not offer CRON or where a CRON job has not been set up by software installed on your site.

The wp-cron.php file is used to perform virtual cron jobs (i.e. scheduled tasks) to automate things like publish scheduled posts, check for plugin or theme updates, send email notifications, etc.

wp-links-opml.php

This file converts links added to your site via the WordPress admin menu into a format called OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language).

OPML allows outlines and lists to be exchanged between different platforms, such as exchanging lists of RSS feeds between different feed aggregators.

Essentially, this file allows links to be exported from one WordPress site to another.

wp-load.php

In computing terms, bootstrapping is a technique for loading a program by means of a few initial instructions which then enable the rest of the program to be loaded from somewhere else.

The wp-load.php file is a bootstrap file that loads the wp-config.php file. The wp-config.php file then loads the wp-settings.php file, which then sets up the WordPress environment.

wp-login.php

This is the file that handles the WordPress login page for registered users, including user authentication, user registration, and resetting passwords.

wp-mail.php

WordPress uses this file to obtain blog posts submitted via email. The URL of this file is usually added to a CRON job so that it is regularly retrieved, enabling new email posts to be accepted.

wp-settings.php

This file performs various pre-execution routines and procedures, including checking for correct installation, including auxiliary functions, applying user plugins, initializing execution timers, etc.

wp-signup.php

WordPress uses this file to set up the area where users can sign up to your website or blog.

wp-trackback.php

This file handles incoming trackback requests to WordPress.

xmlrpc.php

This file provides XML-RPC protocol support for WordPress. This allows you to do things like post content to your site using programs and applications other than the built-in web-based administrative interface and for WordPress developers to extend WordPress functionality using plugins.

Additional Files

The additional files below aren’t part of the default WordPress installation but may be found in your server’s WordPress directory:

php.ini

A php.ini file is the default file for configuring and running applications that require PHP. The server looks for this file when PHP starts up for instructions on how to control variables such as upload sizes, file timeouts, and resource limits.

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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 can save you a great deal of time and money on web design. WordPress provides loads of great templates that will let you create a professional, attractive, and engaging website for your cause or organization. Most WordPress themes are mobile responsive and will look great on any computer or mobile device. Additionally, many WordPress themes can be easily translated into different languages and include loads of customizable theme settings and plugins that will give you complete control of your website and your information.

Here 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 WordPress Theme)

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 Theme

(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.

To learn more and view a live demo, go here: Sport

Charity Hub

WordPress Theme - Charity Hub

(Charity Hub Theme)

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 information about this theme and a live demo, go here: Charity Hub

Mission

Mission Theme For WordPress

(Mission)

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 information and a live demo of this theme, go here: Mission

Donate Now

WordPress Theme - Donate Now

(Donate Now WordPress Theme)

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.

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

Earth

Earth WordPress Theme

(Earth Theme)

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 and a live demo, go here: Earth

Advocate

WordPress Theme - 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

Aid Theme

(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.

To learn more, go here: Aid

Wisdom Of Life

Wisdom Of Life Theme

(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.

More info: Wisdom Of Life

Philanthropy

WordPress Theme - Philanthropy

(WordPress Theme – Philanthropy)

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.

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

Townpress

TownPress Theme For WordPress

(TownPress)

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.

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

Politico

Politico Theme

(Politico)

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 information about this theme and a live demo, go here: Politico

Campaign

Campaign Theme For WordPress

(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.

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

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

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