FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What CMS do you use, and why?
We use WordPress for all the sites we develop. WordPress is arguably the single best-known content management system (CMS) in existence. Some statistics put its use at a whopping 33% of the web, as it powers hobby blogs, gigantic news sites, and everything in between. It offers easily customizable designs, it is built to be SEO friendly, responsive by default, high-performance, and highly secure. And if the defaults are not sufficient, there are over 45,000 plugins out there that cover most any need you may have.

Due to its high popularity, WordPress users are advised to keep their installations always up to date, as older versions are often targets of hacking attempts.

There are benefits to rolling your own flavor of WordPress, however. Since it is built with PHP, WordPress is easy to extend, change, and adapt for innumerable use cases. These additions mostly take form of Themes or Plugins, but it could go even deeper than that.

There are also several mobile applications available that connect to existing WordPress installations and allow for basic tasks like article and comment management, checking statistics, etc.

Being simple PHP, WordPress can be used on just about any modern web server. It also requires an SQL database to save its data in. Once both the web and database servers are available, the installation itself takes only a few minutes.

Will I be the full right owner of this website?
Absolutely. All rights are transferred to you together with the website.
What if I need to make some changes in the future?
We provide full customer support, so you can apply for our services anytime you like.
Will I be able to make changes by myself?
WordPress based sites are easy to edit, and you can make changes yourself. As for static landing pages, editing them is more difficult, so we normally advise their owners to apply for our professional support, in case they have no relevant experience.