WordPress site maintenance

We love WordPress.  We know WordPress from the front-end to the back-end core of its kernel software.  We know how to build plug-ins, integrate plugins, and do just about anything that can be done in WordPress.

WordPress is a favorite among writers, journalists, communicators, marketers, and SEO professionals because it is easy to use and easy to manage content.  It is also one of the most powerful tools you can have for ranking on search engines.  You do not need to be tech-savvy or have any technical experience or background to use WordPress as a content management system (CMS).  Most people can figure it out their self or with just a little bit of training take the ball and run with it.

The common myths, misnomers, fables, and untruths are that a WordPress website looks like a WordPress website and you can recognize a WordPress website at a glance.  Not true.  Point me to any website in existence and I can recreate the design and look-and-feel (user interface – UI) of that website in WordPress.  The front-end code (HTML/CSS) that is rendered by the WordPress platform is the same front-end code that is ultimately rendered by any other means or CMS.

Another fallacy around WordPress is that it is inherently insecure.  Not true.  It’s simply a larger target because more websites are powered by WordPress than any other CMS on the planet.  In addition, WordPress has a signature in its code that can be easily identified.  Fortunately, we are WordPress cyber security experts and know how to harden a WordPress website, lock out hackers, detect malware, and remove malicious code from a WordPress website.

The truth about WordPress security (or insecurity) is that most security vulnerabilities are introduced by third-party plug-ins, not WordPress.  So, it is more important to perform security audits on your WordPress plugins than on WordPress itself.  That is, as long as you have the most recent version of WordPress running.

So, if you need a WordPress website, a WordPress template or theme, or WordPress maintenance, give us a call.  We’re happy to help.  Because we love working in WordPress.

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