If you don’t maintain the webhosting PHP version and the software WordPress runs on, your website can malfunction, break or disappear from SERPs.
Although WordPress powers half of all websites online, is free, open source, and perfect for small businesses, should you just skip it and go “custom” instead?
The Cossall Parish Council website was reimagined and redesigned. From the fixed-width HTML to the new, easier-to-administrate WordPress interface, it’s an all-round improvement.
This case study shows how a local artist launched her business website with specialised WordPress order/enquiry forms and comprehensive content.
It’s easy to botch up a live WordPress website, which is why an offline “local” web server is essential for testing, developing and backing up your work.
This video demonstrates improvements and additional functionality on a website that was converted into WordPress mobile responsive site…
This case study demos a redevelopment project where a fixed-width website was converted to be mobile responsive with fast-loading vector graphics.
This case study outlines the building of a new website using WordPress and overhaul to certain marketing operations for a local double glazing company.