WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) on the market. As of March 2019, WordPress powers a third of the top 10 million sites on the internet. WordPress is popular for these reasons: It’s open source (or ‘free’) There’s a huge community of users behind it It’s easy to get started on the …
If your website was built using WordPress, it’s likely to have been developed:
- From scratch as a bespoke website
- Using a customisable theme
Usually, the decision to use a bespoke design or customised theme boils down to budget and timeframe. Let’s explore the pros and cons of each.
When you’re building a website, how do you decide what features to include? Here are some things you should strike off your website wish list.
On 1st January 2019, PHP 5 reaches ‘end-of-life’. This means that the developers will no longer be updating or patching the software, even if security holes are discovered.
Websites that run on PHP 5 will be vulnerable to any future security holes that hackers discover.
Find out whether your site might be affected and what you need to do.
When was the last time you had your WordPress site checked over by an expert? A couple of months ago? Longer?
Over the years, I’ve worked on over 200 WordPress sites. Many of these were in a vulnerable state. Almost all of them would have benefited from regular maintenance.
That’s why I’ve decided to offer WordPress maintenance packages. These range from covering the basics, to site owners who need more regular assistance. Just set up the required access, and I’ll take it from there.