The Importance of Caring for your Website
Experience has shown us maintaining your website is as important as having a website in the first place. Maintaining your website will minimise disruption to your site caused by the likes of security breaches, evolving technology, dated platforms and vulnerable plugins. If you’re online, stay online. Read on to discover why caring for your website is an important process in your investment…
Security updates are essential to keep naughty hackers at bay. An unpatched security update could leave your website wide open to these undesirables getting into your website and causing havoc, which can in turn be devastating for your online investment and can take time to fix.
How can I avoid this? It’s best to completely avoid the problem in the first place rather than having to spend time & money on fixing what has been broken, so it’s crucial to make sure all plugins, platforms and themes are as up to date as possible.
The world of technology is forever growing & evolving which we love, but it can mean that special features on your website need a little more love than others. For example, say your website is running a booking system that you completely rely on and it suddenly stops working. This could be down to you choosing to update your booking system plugin but not the theme. This particular problem boils down to the updated plugin not being compatible with an out of date theme.
How can I avoid this? Pay attention to plugins & themes that need updates. If you do update one you should try and do updates across all of them to ensure they’re all singing off the same hymn sheet. This minimises risk of broken features that you rely on.
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Have you ever visited a website and just left almost immediately because it didn’t feel stimulating or interesting enough for you to want to continue reading?
What does it mean to gamify something? No, it doesn’t mean games like quizzes. Gamification is more about taking psychological drivers that exist in games, and implementing them in something that isn’t a game.
We have many website consultations here at Nettl, and have come to realise that although many people know they need a new website, they don’t know further details into what, why and how the project will work.
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