WordPress FAQ

We’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions, by our clients, concerning policy, procedures, etc. to allow you the ability to answer any questions you may have about the process of hiring a developer, the types of information we need, things you can do to help us move faster and reasons why we do what we do.

** What is WordPress and why should I use it?

WordPress is what’s known as a CMS (Content Management System), which is a back-end tool for managing a website’s content that separates said content from the design and functionality of the site. Using a CMS generally makes it easier to change the design or function of a site independent of the site’s content. It also (usually) makes it easier for content to be added to the site for people who aren’t designers.

Basically, it enables you, the end user, to add new content, edit existing content and maintain your website yourself. There is a simple to navigate User Dashboard, which has an editor, where all the text and images of your website, can very easily be edited.

Without a CMS, like WordPress, both the User Dashboard and the editor would not exist; this would mean anytime an update was needed to your website, even just a small name change or spelling correction, you’ have to hire a developer to do, as in a traditional website, all of the content is buried within the actual code itself.

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