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TownPress is an ideal WordPress theme for small towns or villages
It is tailored to suit all the basic needs of a modern municipality. TownPress offers a lot of very niche-specific features like local weather widget, upcoming events, town documents, galleries, forums (via bbPress plugin) and more. A great theme for your city or town portal!
TownPress is ready to be translated to your language (with support for RTLlanguages) and it is bundled with Visual Composer page builder to make content editing as easy as possible.
TownPress is Fully-Featured Municipality WordPress theme
FUNCTIONALITY TAILORED FOR SMALL TOWNS AND VILLAGES. IDEAL FOR YOUR CITY OR TOWN PORTAL!
- Local Weather Widget (via openweathermap.org)
- Upcoming Events
- Town Documents
- Important Notices
- Support for Forums
PROPERLY CODED, FOLLOWING THE BEST PRACTICES
- Valid HTML5
- Passes Theme-Check
- Retina graphics
EASY TO SET UP, PAGE BUILDER INCLUDED
- Demo Content with quick demo install
- Visual Composer included
- Child Theme included
- 5 color skins and support for custom skins
- Advanced Shortcode Generator
- Rich Theme Options via Redux Framework
READY TO BE TRANSLATED TO YOUR LANGUAGE
- Compatible with WPML
- Support for RTL Languages
- PO/MO files included
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