Most frequent questions and answers
CMS or content management systems are widely used by many professional websites. WordPress is the most popular by far. CMS systems make it easier to manage content by using technologies like SQL databases, Themes, Layouts, visual builders like Elementor. With many CMS systems you can build a website with no coding experience at all leaving you the builder to concentrate on the visual aspect, look and feel.
A responsive website changes according to the device screen size you are using.
WordPress is an open source CMS system. Extremely popular and fairly easy to learn. Highly customizable and robust with excellent documentation and support.
SEO (search engine optimization) is needed to make it easier for your website to be seen by search engines like Google.
Project planner is a customer portal about your website project. It will give you an idea about what stage we are at in the project and also any information that is outstanding from the customer.
If you have a management package from us we will post information to you via the portal that you can access at any time.
* This is coming soon to WebPlus Design customers and will be a major change in the way we look after and communicate with you.
Hosting is the place where your website resides. All websites are delivered from a computer connected to the internet (normally a computer server in a data centre.)
The technical side of hosting covers a wide range of technologies but there is lots of information on this on the internet. For example what web server your host uses and the operating system they use.
WebPlus Design take care of all the technical stuff so you can concentrate on your core business objectives.
Short for weblog, it is an online journal or informational website. It is a platform where a writer or a group of writers share their views on an individual subject. Often the website will invite others to comment on the views expressed.
The upside to building websites with WordPress or other CMS systems is the vast array of well built plugins that perform certain tasks. The downside is that some are not well made and will slow things down or even break your website and leave it open to security vulnerabilities.
We put a lot of time into choosing premium designed plugins from reputable companies like Elementor for example.