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WORDPRESS MANAGED

Need help with WordPress administration?
We can help!

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Let's optimize performance

Is Your WordPress Site Slow? Our experts can improve it to the highest speed.

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Managing administrative tasks

We can do the administrator database work or set up referrals so you can focus on your business.

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Fixed issues quickly

The header image is not in the right place? WordPress plugin causes you issues? Let us fix it quickly.

WP Managed 1

€ 25.00

/month (without VAT)

  • 1 Credit
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WP managed 2

€50.00

/month (without VAT)

  • 3 Credits

WP managed 3

€ 100.00

/month (without VAT)

  • 5 Credits

WP MANAGED ADVANTAGES

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Theme maintenance

Every WordPress theme needs maintenance, and who wants to deal with that? Let us handle it for you.

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Database management

Permalinks, MySQL optimization and fixing connection strings. Sounds like fun, right? Nope. But we can do it for you.

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Administrative updates

Let us handle the boring stuff, like optimizing your images and setting up redirects. That way you can focus on the fun things.

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WordPress development

Want to install a plugin? Maybe change your config file? We got it covered.

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Website evaluation

Getting your site indexed on Google and optimizing your page can be confusing. Fortunately, our experts can take care of it.

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WordPress Core

Having problems with your WordPress installation or other core issues? Let our WordPress developers take care of it for you.

Application Issues

  • Enable logs and/or WordPress debug mode to diagnose the issue
  • Attempt to resolve the issue if the website or logs reveal a theme related error
  • Enable logs and/or WordPress debug mode to diagnose the issue.
  • Attempt to resolve the issue if the website or logs reveal a plugin or widget related error.
  • Troubleshoot and fix issues for 1 contact form
  • Configure the proper mail settings in a contact form
  • Ensure the proper short code has been placed on your contact page
  • Update database connection information in WordPress configuration
    • Reconnect a WordPress database and files
  • Troubleshoot issues preventing a login to the WP Admin dashboard
  • Fix login issues. Examples:
    • Update a user’s email address, so a password reset is possible
    • Correct an admin user’s privileges
    • Create a new Admin user
    • Reset failed login attempts
    • Disable plugins preventing login
    • Remove unwanted users
    • Replace missing wp_users database table
  • Troubleshoot and fix issues preventing images and thumbnails from properly displaying
  • The missing images must be provided, or already be uploaded on the hosting account
  • Diagnose and fix errors when uploading media within WordPress Dashboard
  • Diagnose and fix issues preventing media from properly displaying in the WordPress library
  • Run a scan to identify broken links.
  • Attempt to fix the root cause of broken internal links.
  • Unlink and list external broken links (if any).
  • Troubleshoot issues related to the WordPress Core files
  • Fix Core file issues. Examples:
    • Correct failed WordPress version updates
    • Replace WordPress core files
  • Troubleshoot and fix a WordPress site that resolves to a blank white page
  • Troubleshoot and fix a WordPress site that resolves to a 500 Internal Server Error

Appearance

  • Fix text formatting/alignment
  • Update text (phone number, address, company name, etc)
  • Swap images
  • Add plugin shortcode or google analytics tracking ID to a page
  • Modify 1 of the following for a theme:
    • Header
    • Sidebar
    • CSS
    • Background
    • Menu
  • Add, remove or replace text, a picture or a link
  • Add, remove or replace social media icons
  • Add, remove or replace a newsletter opt-in
  • Add or remove an author box to the blog posts
  • Add a Favicon using the provided image
  • Convert image to proper format

Reporting

  • **Check for and report on the following for 1 site:
    • Confirm WordPress is not blocking search engines from crawling the site
    • URL Canonicalization
    • Appropriate title pixel length
    • Appropriate description length test
    • Sitemap
    • Robots.txt file
    • Home page image descriptions
  • Check for and report on the following:
    • Website load time
    • Number of active and inactive plugins and details about any problematic/conflicting plugins
    • Site size
    • Number of external scripts
    • PHP 7 Compatibility of plugins and themes

Whenever possible, we will recommend follow-up services to help improve performance

Optimization

  • Optimize a WordPress database by removing gaps in the data to reduce its size and potentially speed up the site
  • Reduce the load time of a site by reducing the size of images without affecting their quality
  • Install comment spam prevention plugin.
    • Add a CAPTCHA
    • If you do not have one in mind we will install Akismet
  • Modify discussion settings
    • Examples:
      • Add requested items to comment blacklist
      • Disable comments for the entire site
      • Disable trackbacks for the entire site
      • Disable comments on old posts
      • Limit number of links in comments
  • Remove all comments, either active or pending upon request
  • Disable comments or trackback on individual pages (up to 5)
  • Disable external comment requests
  • Remove all comments
  • Remove all comments from a specific user
  • Remove all comments by unregistered users
  • Remove all comments before a certain date

Maintenance

  • Install and activate 1 theme from the WordPress catalog
  • Install and activate 1 custom theme
  • Install and activate 1 purchased theme
  • Remove unwanted themes
  • Update any number of installed themes to the current live release of the theme(s) using the WordPress Dashboard.
    • If none are specified, we will update the currently active theme.
  • Manually update one theme.
    • Example: A new version of a custom theme, which you provide to us.
  • Install and activate 1 plugin from the WordPress catalog
  • Install and activate 1 custom plugin
  • Install and activate 1 purchased plugin
  • Remove unwanted plugins
  • Update any number of installed plugin(s) to the current live release using WordPress Dashboard
    • You must specify which plugin(s) to update.
  • Manually update 1 plugin
    • Example: A new version of a custom plugin, which you provide to us
  • Update WordPress to the latest available stable version
  • Install and setup the Sucuri plugin, and configure the following:
    • Automatically update WordPress to the latest version
    • Make the WordPress version private
    • Remove WordPress readme file
    • Limit login attempts
    • Disable theme and plugin editing in WordPress
    • Block PHP files in wp-content, wp-includes, and uploads directories
  • Disable directory indexing and remote posting
    • Disable directory browsing
    • Disable xml-rpc

Management

  • Install IonCube for 1 hosting account
  • Update IonCube for 1 hosting account
  • Redirect from HTTP to HTTPS
  • Custom Redirect(s)
    • You must specify which redirect(s) are needed (up to 5)
  • Enable a specified PHP module installed on the Hosting (up to 5)
  • Modify the value of a PHP setting (up to 5)
    • Change upload limit for a WordPress site (PHP setting)
    • Change memory limits to reduce timeouts (PHP setting)
  • Enable or disable debug mode
  • Disable wp_cache
  • Generate WordPress configuration file Authentication Keys
  • Remove the FTP prompt when installing or updating a plugin

A php.ini, web.config, or .htaccess file will be edited or created based on the request.

  • Update WordPress permalinks to any of the predefined styles or a custom style
  • Diagnose and attempt to fix any permalinks related errors, such as a 404 ‘Page not found’ error.

A web.config or .htaccess file will be edited or created based on the request.

  • Link a Google Analytics to a WordPress site.
  • Install the Disqus comment system plugin, or your preferred plugin
  • Instructions provided to import comments from standard WordPress system
  • Unzip a .zip file to a specified folder on the hosting account
  • Import 1 WordPress database from a backup (.sql file) to the specified database
  • Export 1 WordPress database, and place the file into the hosting account

  • Move WordPress files to another folder
    • We will update the site and home URLs to match the new location
  • We will update the site and home URLs to match the new location
    • Additional services may be required to create a functional copy of your site
  • Installing the latest version of WordPress to a designated domain and folder on a hosting account or server with a control panel.
  • Create and activate a child theme
  • Update up to 5 of the following for a WordPress site:
    • Domain
    • Database table prefixes
    • Replace other information
      • “Information” Example: Update the company name, phone number, etc, across all pages and posts
  • Update the domain in WordPress
  • Search/Replace of old domain with new domain to ensure functionality