Category / 1. Pre-Project / 2. Project Delivery / 3. Website Aftercare

When your new website goes live, the work doesnt stop. Your website will need ongoing care, updates, maintenance and iterative improvement to ensure it keeps delivering against your goals.

This category helps you understand what is involved in website aftercare.

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  • Web Design Glossary of Terms

    Unfortunately in the world of web design it is true that both web designers and businesses can use terms and phrases which either mean different things to each party or which are simply not understood by the clients. My name is Paul Edwards, I am a web consultant and frontend developer based in Worthing, West…

  • Do you do these 10 things during website maintenance? UPDATE: Audio Added

    Blog Audio: Read/listen time: 6 minutes   You already know that it is essential to keep your website maintained so I won’t go into depth here about why website maintenance is important. What you may not know however is what kind of activities you should be carrying out when you maintain your site. My name…

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    Running websites: Why you need to routinely purge data from your website

    Blog Audio: Read/listen time: 6 minutes   It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that once your website is running that there is nothing else to do… I’m sure are aware of GDPR by now and that it puts responsability upon you to responsibly ask for, store and purge personal and sensitive…

  • What’s the lifespan of your new website? (and how to extend it)

    Blog Audio: Read/listen time: 9 minutes   So, you have a lovely new website, fantastic, but do you know how long it will be useful for? In this post we will discuss how long a website can be effective for before it needs some kind of substantial work being carried out. For those of you…

  • Website Maintenance: What does it cost to run a website?

    Blog Audio: Read/listen time: 14 minutes If you run a website or are planning on bulding one, have you been asking yourself this question? How much should I budget for running my website each month? My name is Paul Edwards, I am a Web Consultant and Frontend Developer and I’ve been working in the web…

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    Why you need a website maintenance plan for your WordPress site

    WordPress typically makes it incredibly fast and straightforward to launch and manage a website, whether you are creating an internet portfolio, an e-commerce website, or using WordPress to build sites for your clients, the WordPress platform and the huge community that use and support it, has got your back. There are very good reasons for…

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    Why does a WordPress website require maintenance?

    Content management systems make managing our websites and their content much easier. These content management systems are continuously updated to add new features, make them faster, remove bugs and improve security when vulnerabilities are found. By maintaining your WordPress website and its plugins updated you remove known vulnerabilities which make it harder for people to…

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    12 Simple Steps to Bulletproof WordPress Backups

    Blog Audio: Read/listen time: 22 minutes I think you’ll agree with me when I say: It’s very hard to have 100% confidence in your wordpress backups. To know absolutely that if anything goes wrong, at any time, that your safe. But it doesn’t have to be that way. This guide gives you 12 simple steps…

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    How often should you update your website?

    Are you unsure about how frequently you should maintain your website? The simple answer is that the more frequent you can backup and update your website the better. However, I know that you don’t have unlimited time and that your business has other priorities, which is the first argument for outsourcing your website maintenance. Not…

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    Your website has gone live. What happens now?

    Fantastic, you have collaborated with your appointed web designer (possibly even us), created your content and your site has gone live and is viewable by the public. What happens now? The next steps will depend on what services you paid your web designer (or another third party) to carry out on your behalf but the…