WordPress Care

WordPress Maintenance

Taking Care of Your Website

Got questions about WordPress updates? We’ve got you covered! We know it can be a bit puzzling – “Do I really need them?”, “Are they safe?”, “What cool new features are out there?”, “Will they play nice with my existing plugins?” The answers to these questions, along with all things internet security and WordPress updates, can be quite complex and ever-changing.

But fear not! We’ve got a solution that’ll put your worries to rest. Our hosting plans come with the option of WordPress Care. That means we’ll take charge of the updates if they are required. And hey, we’ll always be on standby to lend a helping hand whenever you need it. So sit back, relax, and let us handle your WordPress worries!

WordPress Care

Why is Website Maintenance important?

It’s important to remember that WordPress is an open source platform that is constantly evolving thanks to a world-wide community of developers looking to improve user experience and keep abreast of current and future internet standards. Given WordPress powers more than 35% of the current internet, the capabilities, and future possibilities of what WordPress can do, is almost endless.

Just as there is a thriving community of developers looking to enhance the WordPress platform, there unfortunately is a small percentage of hackers looking to find vulnerabilities and expose any weaknesses in order to exploit customer security for financial gain, or just to cause havoc.

It is for this reason, we highly recommend keeping your website up-to-date through one of our maintenance packages. There is a suitable package for every website from single page brochure-site through to large ecommerce sites, with shopping cart functionality and secure online transactions.

To further complicate matters, occasionally running an update to keep your website secure and running smoothly will expose a flaw in a plug-in that is no-longer supported by WordPress or is simply out-of-date. Results of such events can range from part of the site not working quite as it should, through to bringing down your whole website. Therefore, it’s important that whoever is responsible for maintaining your website understands WordPress and associated plug-ins, so that appropriate testing and research can keep your site working smoothly.

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