Wordbench – Municipality WordPress Theme

It is very fast, accessible and comes packed with a lot of powerful features which makes it ideal for municipality, nonprofit or even small business websites.

Wordbench is ready to be translated to your language (with support for RTL languages) and it is optimized for the WordPress block editor (Gutenberg). The Elementor plugin and WPBakery Page Builder (plugin is not included) are supported as well.

Need Assistance? Online Documentation Support and Presale Forum Send a PM Packed with Municipality-specific Features News A good municipality keeps its people, stakeholders, employees and members of the public well informed.

Display a directory of businesses in your municipality with important contact details and opening hours.

Versatile system that can organise town events with support for precise location, date, time and recurrence.

You can provide access to both local attachments that are uploaded into your WordPress installation and external links.

Promote all available city services in an eye-catching way with an icon and image.

Display professional profiles of elected officials, service people and employees in a simple yet elegant manner.

Show stunning photo galleries of your towns most important assets, points of interest and architecture.

Handy way how to share opinions of citizens about various public topics.

Simple solution how to provide answers for the most asked questions asked by citizens and visitors.

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Other Notable Features Google Maps, Mapbox and Open Street Map support for directory listing maps and event location maps Compatible with WordPress block editor (Gutenberg), Elementor and WPBakery Page Builder Clean code easily customizable via child theme Modular post types you can disable post types you dont need Mobile-friendly design Demo content included Child theme included Custom color schemes Translation files included RTL support Slovak translation included Images seen in live preview (demo) are not included. You can find links to all used images here.