The Funeral Home WordPress Theme - Dignified Design For Funeral Industry Websites
Presenting your funeral business online with a professional, respectful and easy-to-navigate website is within your reach when you start with the Funeral Home WordPress theme. Designed with the needs of the funeral industry in mind, our website template is also useful in building websites for cemeteries and cremation services who want to offer important information to clients with sympathy and support. Included in this premium theme are pages for details about your services and merchandise, upcoming memorial services, and recommended resources for those in mourning. The built-in blog feature is ideal for listing obituaries, and even the FAQ page is already set up with clear distinctions between the questions and answers, so all that's left to do is replace the content from the demo site with your own text and photos. The colors and layout of the Funeral Home WordPress theme are simple to customize with our unique front-end editor, so you or your web designer can have your site up and running in no time, with no coding required. When clients find themselves in need of your services, rest assured that your website will offer them an appropriately reassuring and informative first point of contact with your funeral home.
Help clients plan their visit with this feature-rich contact page, including a Google map, route planner and a form for information requests.
Built-In color editor
To change the color scheme on the Funeral Home WordPress Theme, click on drag on the color picker. Your custom color palette will be instantly integrated throughout the entire website.
Coding not required
We are proud to be able to state that the Funeral Home WordPress Theme is free of custom code and styling. No custom CSS and no customer coding ensures easier maintenance and increased compatibility for future upgrades of your theme.
Expandable page layout
Simply drag and drop or copy and paste widgets to rearrange the layout of your pages. Add new features by clicking on a blank widget and assigning it text, video, or a variety of content types.
Optimizing your funeral home website for higher search search rankings has never been easier, with clear indications of where you've done well and what needs improvement.
We've provided a page for upcoming events, seminars and memorial services. Simply replace the dates and text with your own.
Goal oriented layout
This Funeral Home WordPress Theme is goal oriented. It's all about getting people committed to the solutions you can provide them with clean and concise call-to-actions.
Frequently asked questions
Provide the answers to your most frequently asked questions on the Funeral Home WordPress theme's included FAQ page.
Gain the mobile advantage with the fully responsive Funeral Home WordPress Theme that looks good on any screen size.
The built-in blog feature on the Funeral Home WordPress theme is ideal for regularly posting obituaries on your funeral services website.
Get Up and Running
Complete your funeral home site in a jiffy with the Funeral Home WordPress Theme. It comes with turnkey content to speed up the process of publishing your website!
The homepage of the Funeral Home WordPress theme is set up with quick links to the most important pages on your site and can be customized to suit your needs.
Next the actual product, support is the absolute biggest thing in any business let alone the theme business and hence it's something we've taken care of thoroughly.
Save time with the Funeral Home WordPress Theme. It is easy to maintain, thanks to the handy built-in drag and drop editing tool.
Clients will find it reassuring to see who will be helping them when they visit your funeral home, so we've included pages to share your history and introduce your staff.
Regularly update website with Funeral Home WordPress Theme which uses one-click feature to update automatically.
Impress Mobile Visitors With The Responsive Funeral Home Wordpress Theme
Want a great-looking mobile version of your website? That's part of the package when you start with the responsive Funeral Home Wordpress Theme! Our mobile-optimized design will automatically adjust the size and layout of your pages to display neatly on any screen size, without any tedious coding required. Visitors using smartphones and tablets to view your online portfolio will enjoy the same professional design and user-friendly functionality of the desktop version, so your work will shine and attract new clients even on small screens.
Convey Dependability With A Professional Funeral Home Website
When your clients most need a reassuring hand to guide them, your website may be the first point of contact they have with your funeral services business. Ensure that your online presence is as professional and dependable as you are with the Funeral Home WordPress theme.
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Arranging good photos for a site is more difficult than you might think at first sight. Finding ones that look good is one thing, then to also ensure they are in sync with the other images on your site, the colours. And once you have finally found the ones you like its time to arrange the licenses for them, and hey, it appears those good looking photos aren't cheap after all. Only after you have taken the hurdle of the financial part, the next one arrives; cropping them in the right dimensions. O, wouldn't it be great, you wonder, if there would be a quick and easy solution to take care of all this pain? Well have we got news for you. Introducing the photopack; the easy and affordable way to get beautiful images on your site, in the shortest possible time!
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Question #1518 - How to render obituaries on the WordPress site that uses the funeral home WordPress theme?
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How to render obituaries on the WordPress site that uses the funeral home WordPress theme?
Based upon the feedback we got from Andy we created the "nxs-obituaries" WordPress plugin that allows for the listing of obituaties in a very advanced way. We already created a YouTube video that explains all the stesp needed to set it up. In this video you will see the following topics; * The installation and activation of the nxs-obituaries plugin * The creation of 2 obituaties as demo content * The creation of 2 content templates for rendering individual obituaries as well as the obituary archive. * The creation of 2 business rules; one for the obituary detail page and one for the obituary archive page * The obituary will have the following properties / fields; the title of the obituary, the full name of the person that deceased, a photo of that person, the obituary of the person that passed away, the date of birth, and the date the person deceased, a reference fo the memorial card of the person, and a recipient (email address) that is used to notify when people submit private messages using the form on the detail page.
The entire process has been recorded on video using a screencast. You can view that video here;
Question #1608 - How to render obituaries in the Funeral Home WordPress theme ordered by a custom field representing the date the people deceased? How to render an archive of WordPress posts ordered by a custom field?
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How to render obituaries in the Funeral Home WordPress theme ordered by a custom field representing the date the people deceased?
How to render an archive of WordPress posts ordered by a custom field?
You can use the repeater widget to render a set of posts (Pods) using a dynamic datasource. This is explained in the following video;
Hassle free content control on your site - The Funeral Home WordPress Theme is Fully compatible with the Pods plugin
Throughout any website you will find that the same information is presented and linked on multiple locations. Instead of cloning that information (resulting in a maintenance nightmare sooner or later), you can now store the information in a semantic way in one centralized place using Pods. Pods allows you to store information in a centralized place, which can then be rendered on multiple places on your site using templates. The Pods plugin has over 500.000 downloads and we have put all effort in ensuring our theme is compatible with it. Using Pods is a dream come true for any business owner that wants an easy way to manage information that is distributed on multiple places on the website. More information can be found in our support section.
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One year of Support included ... Support you can count on
Got a question? You ask, we answer! Not just in text, but for new types of questions often we even create personalized support videos. So far over 900 support videos were created for over 1500 different types of questions in more than 180 categories and updated on a daily basis to resolve your questions in the best way possible.
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Bought one of your themes – blown away at the front end editor. WOW – nice! - I do A LOT of WordPress websites and this is now in my top two WordPress editing systems
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Being a layman in the area of web design I decided to use WordPress. With the excellent support I was able to create both a beautiful and user friendly website. This makes them my preferred choice now and in the future for WordPress themes as it should be for anybody else with the same aspirations.
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As an experienced WP-user your theme took some time getting used to, but for the owners of the websites this is much more intuitive and easier to maintain.
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