City Government & Municipal Portal
SityGov, with it’s modern functional design, is an ideal choice for local government website, government departments or agencies and municipal portal. The theme has lots of customizable features for showcasing all the basic needs of a modern municipality which makes it interesting for cities, small towns or villages. It is compatible with all modern mobile devices. We’ve integrated the theme with a powerful ThemeRex Donations Plugin for your fundraising campaigns or charitable trusts.
SityGov is compatible with cool premium plug-ins: Revolution Slider, Essential Grid, Visual Composer and PO Composer that allows building bright and creative pages and integrate them with awesome features. The theme is fully responsive and 100% Retina and SEO ready.
With detailed documentation, SityGov is a perfect solution to create a website for any kind of municipal or government portal.
Modern and Functional design
Easy to install, run and update!
Modern, Flexible, Customizable!
WordPress 4.0+ Tested and Approved!
Built with valid HTML5 and CSS3 code
Cross-Browser Compatibility: FireFox, Safari, Chrome, IE9+
One-Click demo install
Boxed and Wide pages layouts
Visual Composer support – create unlimited variants of Homepage Layouts
Different Header Styles
Enable/Disable Multi-Functional User Panel
Many awesome Hover Effects
Fully Responsive Layout
Enable/Disable Retina Option
Includes Swiper Slider for posts and galleries
Includes Revolution Slider as Home slider
User menu and Main menu support
Main menu slider
Awesome CSS3/jQuery animation effects
Setting Inheritance and Override System
Custom Theme Options Panel
Media Content Manager
Optimized for best performance
…and many more!
Sliders: Swiper Slider, Revolution Slider
Booked – Appointment Booking for WordPress
Custom Widgets Set:
King Size Shortcodes Pack
A lot of Shortcodes included:
and more …
Interactive Ajax Search mechanism
Two variants of icon display: Fontella Icon set and Images Icons
Google web fonts
And many more that we might have forgotten to mention…