WordPress was first released in 2003 and has since become the industry standard in blog publishing software. WordPress has grown in popularity over the past few years to the point where non-blogging websites are increasingly using it as their primary content management system. WordPress expansion provides a solid foundation for future success. In order to avoid having to “start from scratch” with a relaunch of your company website, consider some of the following new services, new features, , new functions as well as new looks.
- Intuitively Control the Content on Your Website:
Maintaining your website’s content is a breeze, and you may do it whenever you like. WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) because it allows website owners to make changes to their sites without needing to learn how to code.
- Unlimited Content, Ads, and More:
There are no limits on the number of articles, pages, or goods you may create. You can add links, text, images, files, as well as embed media directly on the content areas of your pages whenever you choose.
- News and blog Posting Combined:
Blog and manage blog categories in-built for simple content creation, modification, and removal. Continuously add new stories from your browser!
- Scheduling of Blog Posts with More Flexibility:
You can pre-plan your content strategy by scheduling posts to go live at predetermined times and dates. Draft up some new pages and posts and save them till you’re ready to release them.
- Rollback the wordpress version and Restore the deleted content:
Using the built-in version control features, you may simply as well as quickly restore all the deleted content of your desired page and even revert page text to previous versions. You can either save draughts of your pages for later review or publish them live.
- Avoiding the Vendor Lock-in as well as Website Portability:
We’d rather not see our clients tied down to a single service provider. We’ve used an open-source platform so that, should the need ever arise, we can easily transfer the website to a more suitable server. If the developer of your “proprietary” content management system decides to no longer maintain it or increase pricing, your entire project may have to be restarted.
- The Number of Website Editors Can Be Easily Increased:
If you want to provide other people in your company the opportunity to make changes to your website, you may do so with ease by adding, editing, and removing editors. With features like password resets via the website and content management systems hosted in the cloud, maintaining a current website is a breeze.
- Website Security Management:
A website that is frequently unavailable or hacked can damage your business in many ways, including lost customers, sales opportunities, search engine rankings, and consumer perception of your brand.
- Core as well as Plugin Updates:
Keeping your website’s content management system up-to-date and secure against vulnerabilities and security exploits is one of our top priorities. If you’re concerned about your website falling behind the CMS upgrade cycle, rest assured that our staff will maintain it up to date with the latest stable release development path.
- Stability and dependability:
In order to ensure the smooth operation of your website, Moonweb Technology will analyse and install the best available technologies. Third-party plugins on our managed platform go through a review as well as the testing process to reduce security risks and optimise website performance. The newest thing may not be the best option for your website, despite how trendy it may seem.
- Automatic data backup:
To help prevent data loss in an uncertain event, our managed website hosting services perform daily site-level backups and bare metal backups.
- Multiple support systems:
We take a diversified approach to infrastructure, which means your website will run on a separate node from the ones used for email, DNS, and other services.
- WordPress Web Development and Design:
WordPress allows our team to create unique websites that effectively convey your message. Without giving up any of the advantages of an interactive as well as dynamic WordPress site, you can create a website with WordPress that is responsive, easy to update, and includes all of the capabilities of a static site.