The Day Care WordPress Theme - A Complete Website Template For Day Care Centers
Designed with useful business features for any type of childcare provider, the Day care WordPress theme is an ideal website template for nurseries, pre-schools, after school programs and day care centers. We've made it easy to build a fun, comprehensive website chock full of helpful information and resources for parents, even if web design isn't your specialty. Pages are already set up for admissions info, an events calendar and age-specific care and activity programs, along with staples like a news blog, FAQ and contact pages. All that's missing is your own personalized text and photos. Customizing the colors and fonts can be done without any coding at all using our unique, intuitive front-end editing tool. Drag and drop widgets make it simple to rearrange page layouts to suit your needs, and the included SEO manager ensures that parents searching for daycare centers in your area will be able to find you online. An affordable, responsive website is within your reach with the Daycare WordPress theme.
Day Care WordPress Theme Business Features
Speedy turnkey installation
Within just minutes of installation, your daycare website will be online and more than halfway finished with the initial design, layout and placeholder content from the demo site.
You Will Be Mobile-ready With The Responsive Day Care Wordpress Theme
The flexibility of this Day Care Wordpress Theme offers us new opportunities. We can adjust layout items without having to recode style like we had to before. Above all everything is made responsive, so suitable for mobile devices immediately.
Easily Build A Professional Website For Your Daycare Center
Give parents confidence in your childcare services with a website that introduces them to your staff, philosophy and facilities. The Daycare WordPress theme is a pre-built web template that's ready for your text and photos.
How do our clients compare us with our competitors
If you’re starting out with Divi you’ll definitely need a lot of technical knowledge about how to build a WordPress website. I sell sites based on a Nexus theme when clients say they want to be able to maintain their site themselves. Nexus themes is perfect when you don’t want to get stuck providing support all the time with trivial issues. Everybody can drag a new row and fill in a piece of text or upload an image. It just works. My clients are more than happy, and they come back to me willing to pay for work I really want to do for them.
Roger Thompson - New York
It may sound nice that with Elegant Themes you can buy over 80 themes for a dollar a piece. But after you do like I did, you’ll quickly find out that the money you might have saved will be spent investing time into every theme because they don’t all work the same. For me this actually proved to be much more costly in the long run, because I can’t bill my clients for time invested into learning a theme. With Nexus Themes EVERY theme works exactly the same way, so every time I use them for a new project there hardly any downtime figuring out how it all works. And their themes we’re already much easier to work with from the start anyway.
Sophie Crawford - Florida
My friend and I both started our own business and were on a tight budget when it came to a new website. We did a lot of research up front and in the end had to decide between Beaver Builder and Nexus Themes. My friend went for Beaver Builder because it was also touted as being very easy to use for beginners. I have to admit that in the end she was able to do some basic layout stuff which is a good thing for a very non-technical person. But still she was frustrated with how long it took her to build a site. The plugin cost her $99 dollars and doesn’t ship with a theme. She had to lay down an extra $59 dollars for a premium theme on top of that and was staring at a blank screen for a very long time before she asked me to help her out. When she later found out my new life coach site was already finished and it had been cheaper as well she regretted her decision. The key difference wasn’t that the editor of Nexus was that much easier to use, but the theme did ship with all of the content.