Why your website needs a firewall
If you have any kind of website, you absolutely need to have some type of application layer software running on your website to protect your investment.
The Pros and Cons of Paying for Premium WordPress Support
WordPress remains the leading content management software product in the market as it is used by more than 4 in 10 websites. Businesses can use it for free, and due to the General Public License, the code itself can be modified and customized to suit their needs without paying extra. Unfortunately, some businesses are not […]
No-code web design
No-code web design is a way of making websites that are accessible to anyone, even if you don’t know how to code.
What Is WordPress Maintenance and How to Make It Easy?
Whether you are using a premium account or the free version, WordPress maintenance is a regular task that you should not take lightly. Although the process takes some time, the benefits to your website are immeasurable. As the name suggests, WordPress maintenance is a process that ensures your website is running smoothly. In addition, it […]
3 key benefits of updating your website
Taking care of your website by keeping up with WordPress maintenance tasks will help keep it running fast, secure, and optimized. It’s an ongoing process that every website owner needs to think about.
Test Your Web Forms
Small business owners, it’s time to optimize your web forms for success! Forms are essential for capturing user data and making informed decisions based on that information. Let’s review what form testing is and how to implement it in your forms.
How to optimize your WordPress database
Websites are constantly evolving and getting more complex, and the database is at the center of it. In this post, we’re covering how to optimize your WordPress database, and how to automate the process. Why do you need to optimize your database? Your website’s database holds all the critical data to operate the website and […]
3 easy ways to backup your WordPress website
Backing up your website is an essential maintenance task. Think of it like an insurance policy. You never know when you’re going to need it, and when you do need it, you’ll be glad you have a backup.
How to put WordPress in maintenance mode
For major changes to any website, we prefer to use a staging environment to make all the changes, and test everything, until we are happy.