Multipurpose business themes provide wonderful ways for business owners who lack design skills to build their own websites. They also help developers build business sites in a much quicker fashion. What they don’t do, more often than not, is provide niche demos for micro industries.
This list is filled with WordPress themes designed for these types of industries.
Let’s get started with this list.
Pearle is a multipurpose business theme offering multiple demos for such niches as commercial cleaning, automotive care, construction, transport and more. Each niche has at least two demos, giving you a number of different options to choose from no matter what type of client you need to build a website for.
Demos can be imported, and a number of different features can be customized using the vast amount of options available in the live theme customizer. These two factors, along with the included page builder plugin Visual Composer, give any small business owner the power to build their own website.
Pearle also comes with a number of different business-related custom post types. This includes a Team Member custom post type, which allows you to build a profile for each individual team member and display their profile on your About page. Other custom post types include testimonials, services and projects.
Pearle is available on ThemeForest for $49.
Unload is a niche theme for the shipping and transport industry. It comes with 4 homepage demos, each of which suit a different business purpose. The first one is a general landing page designed to introduce your company and services.
The second demo is more customer oriented. It allows customers to track their shipments by inputting tracking numbers, and it gives them quick links they can use to access other services, such as setting up new shipments. Another demo includes a form customers can use to request free shipping quotes.
This is another theme that comes with 1-click demo installs, a variety of different options in the live theme customizer and Visual Composer, allowing any owner of a shipment company to build their own website. It also streamlines the development process for developers who need to build websites for these types of customers.
Unload is available at ThemeForest for $59.
3. Billio 2.0
Billio is a multipurpose niche theme that comes with demos for a few different niches, such as manufacturing, heavy equipment, construction and spare parts stores. It comes with demos for each of these niches as well as an RTL theme for right-to-left languages.
This theme comes with a number of different powerful features, such as over 50 page templates. This includes a company presentation page you can use to present certain types of information to customers, such as the number of shipments your company has completed in a given year as well as the types of shipments you’ve completed.
This theme also comes with the same easy-to-customize options the previous themes came with. This includes a 1-click demo install feature, powerful theme options, navigation style options, a mega menu and more.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $69.
Constructo is a niche-specific WordPress theme designed for the construction industry. It comes with 6 demos, 5 of which feature different styles. The sixth is designed for a WooCommerce shop that sells construction tools and gear. It also comes with 4 header options and 4 predefined color schemes.
This theme comes with a powerful theme options panel you can use to customize the fonts your site uses, the layouts certain pages use and more. It also comes with Visual Composer and multiple menu types, giving you plenty of ways to customize it to completely make it your own.
Miscellaneous options include a boxed version of the theme, an unlimited number of color options, a 1-click demo import option and more.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $59.
Industrial is another niche-specific WordPress theme. This one is designed for the manufacturing industry. It comes with 10 demos you can use with the 1-click demo install feature. Each of these demos comes with a different style.
This theme is incredibly easy to use, and it goes well beyond demo installs. It also comes with numerous theme options that make it fully customizable. These options include the ability to switch out icons from such libraries as Font Awesome and Open Iconic, an unlimited number of color options, the ability to choose between 5 different header styles, and more.
You’ll also be able to enjoy premium plugins Visual Composer and Slider Revolution, unlimited sidebars, and compatibility with a number of different popular plugins. These include Contact Form 7, WPML and WooCommerce.
Industrial is available at ThemeForest for $59.
Transport is another niche-specific WordPress theme. This one is for the transport industry. It’s by the same developers who made Constructo, so it shares a lot of similarities with that theme. The only major differences are the types of content the theme uses.
Like Constructo, Transport comes with 6 demos you can install with the included 1-click demo install feature. Each of these demo has a different style, and you can customize each of them using the large number of options available in the live theme customizer. You can even design your own pages using Visual Composer.
You’ll also enjoy support for right-to-left languages, WooCommerce, Contact Form 7 and WPML.
Transport is available at ThemeForest for $59.
Construction is a niche-specific WordPress theme built for all areas of the construction industry. It comes with 4 homepage demos, each of which feature a different style. Each of these demos can be installed using the included 1-click demo install feature.
This theme was built by the same team that designed Constructo and Transport, so its customization features are highly similar to those themes. This includes a powerful theme options panel that allows you to customize a number of different elements, such as the fonts your site uses, the colors it uses and more.
It also means this theme comes with Visual Composer and Slider Revolution and includes support for WPML, right-to-left languages, WooCommerce and Contact Form 7.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $59.
8. Air Supply
Air Supply is a niche-specific WordPress theme designed for the HVAC industry. It only comes with two homepage demos, one that’s fullwidth and one that’s boxed. This homepage features a slider at the top of page. Each slide contains a call-to-action button. This slider is followed by a row reserved for services, another call to action and a quote form.
This theme also comes with support for the Booked Appointments plugin, allowing you to offer potential customers the opportunity to book their appointments online. It also comes with support for Google Fonts, WPML and Contact Form 7.
Business owners who lack design skills will be able to design and build their own sites using Visual Composer as well as the large amount of advanced theme options this theme comes with. These options allow you to customize nearly every aspect of your site, right down to the type of menu it uses.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $59.
Garage is another niche-specific WordPress theme, except this one is designed for mechanics and other types of repair services. This theme is simpler than the previous themes as it only comes with with 1 homepage demo, but it comes with a number of additional features to make up for it.
This includes several page templates you can use to design essential business-related pages with ease. These include your About page, your Services page and your Pricing page. It also includes a visual page builder you can use to customize your site and build your own pages.
You’ll also enjoy a number of different customizable features, such as the ability to customize colors, fonts, headers and more.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $39.
Gates is a niche-specific WordPress theme designed for the construction industry. It comes with 3 homepage demos, each of which feature similar elements but in different arrangements and styles.
It also comes with a number of different business-related elements. These include pricing tables, contact forms, shop pages and portfolio presentations. All of these elements allow you to build a website designed to give potential customers a snapshot of the type of work you do and the level of quality of the work you do.
Additional features include several options that make this theme easy to customize. These include the ability to install demo content with one click as well as the number of options you can configure in the admin panel.
This theme is available at ThemeForest for $39.
LevelUp is an educational theme that uses the LearnPress learning management system plugin to let users build online schools complete with courses, communities and paid memberships. The developers at TeslaThemes combined their own features with the LearnPress, Visual Composer and Slider Revolution plugins to create a theme jam packed with tools designed to make building online learning platforms as simple as can be. Let’s go over everything this theme has to offer.
Here’s a quick rundown of LevelUp’s features:
- Visual Composer Plugin – page-builder; usual price $34 on the Envato Market
- Slider Revolution Plugin – slider-builder; usual price $19 on the Envato Market
- LearnPress LMS Plugin Integration – also includes BuddyPress integration for community purposes
- Payment Integration for Course Sales – PayPal, Stripe and WooCommerce User Accounts – registration/login forms, My Account pages for students
- Responsive Design – important feature in 2016, especially for mobile users Banner Images – featured header images for posts and pages
Blog – full width, right sidebar and left sidebar
- Price – LevelUp is available for a one-time price of $59. The individual theme comes with premium support, the privilege of using the theme on an unlimited number of websites and free weekly updates. The Standard plan comes with all of these perks plus access to TeslaTheme’s 50+ themes and any new themes the developer releases throughout the year. A Developer plan, which includes PSD files, is available for 2950$.
The Contact Info section lets you display your address on Google Maps, your email address(es) and your phone number for use in the footer. The Additional Options section is pretty significant. It lets you adjust settings for your 404 page, blog section settings, such as navigation settings and a customized header image for your Blog page, as well as footer settings.
LearnPress is a learning management system plugin. It’s a free plugin, but TeslaThemes built LevelUp around this plugin, so the two integrate seamlessly. When you first use the LearnPress plugin, you’ll notice it looks more or less identical to the WordPress Post system. Courses are created in the same way blog posts are created. You can even attach courses to categories and tags in the same way you do with blog posts.
What’s different with the LearnPress plugin is the fact that you can also create lessons and insert them in courses. There are also sections for Quizzes and Questions.
You create questions in the Questions section before using those questions to create quizzes in the Quizzes section. You can then insert those quizzes in courses. It’s a lot less complicated than it sounds.
The LearnPress plugin also keeps track of course sales and statistics.
The Visual Composer plugin is the secret behind LevelUp’s home page design. This plugin enables you to drag and drop various widgets on any page you build. You can create a slider featuring your latest posts, a static image to link to one of your most popular posts, testimonials from students and more.
Slider Revolution does exactly as its name says it does – it builds sliders. What you put in your slider and how you build it, however, is what makes this plugin useful. You choose a content source, such as your own content (posts or pages), WooCommerce products, YouTube/Vimeo videos and more, and configure your slider using the plugin’s various slider types and layouts. You can even customize individual slides.
You’ll also assign a shortcode to your slider so you can insert it into posts and pages with a simple line of code. This plugin is available for $19 on the Envato Market, but it comes bundled for free with this theme.
The menu on this theme is basic, but its minimalist design is sleek and clean. If you enter your social media accounts in the Tesla Framework section, you can put them in the menu. The menu also features a search bar, log in/My Account buttons and a menu button that causes the primary menu to drop down.
Footer & Widgets
The footer features a horizontal list of links to all of the pages on your site. You need to enter custom CSS to hide this, unfortunately. Underneath that is space for widgets, but you can only fit three widgets per row. You can also add social icons, create a call to action and customize your copyright info via the Tesla Framework.
The widgets that come with LevelUp are fairly straightforward, but the theme gives you handy little tips on where to place individual widgets, such as only placing the Contact Info widget in the footer.
LevelUp enables you to embed a featured video and select a header image for individual posts. You can also create a slider with Slider Revolution and enter its shortcode to insert it into the header of a post. The last setting is the ability to choose where you want your sidebar (left or right) or to choose not to have it all (full width). The tag section underneath the post is clean, and there’s also a section that features links to your previous and next blog posts.
Check it out yourself:
12. Mise En Place
If your restaurant website could use an updated look, you should check out the Mise En Place WordPress theme. Developed by Organized Themes, Mise En Place includes a full page builder for easy site construction using a drag-and-drop interface. You can create any kind of layout you want using any kind of widget. It also supports unlimited menu pages, landing pages, and more, so you can get a custom look for your custom content without the hassle of delving into code.
The theme is super easy to customize as well. For instance, you can add a custom logo and colors, create style changes and view them in the customizer live as you’re making them, and select from over 600 Google Fonts, one of which is bound to suit your preferences. I already mentioned the menu support, but it bears repeating. You can add menu items with just a few clicks, add thumbnails that open up in a lightbox when clicked, and you even have control over how your menu(s) are displayed. Your options include a widget, page template, or even within the primary navigation.
Mise En Place is fully responsive and includes menus and contact info that’s mobile optimized. It supports WooCommerce, so you can sell restaurant swag with ease, and is designed to be super fast. It comes with 10 image lightbox styles, a MailChimp newsletter widget, and is translation-ready.
This theme comes with plenty of support from Organized Themes as well, including full customer support and automatic theme updates.
You can get Mise En Place now for $50. Or, you can get it as a part of the All Themes Package, which starts at $75.
Did I miss your favorite theme here? Feel free to leave it in the comments below and I might add it to the list!