Click the tabs below to read about the 2 types of maintenance that are available to protect and maintain your website.
[tabs style=”boxed”][tab title=”Scheduled Maintenance”]Scheduled Maintenance is designed to update your site’s software components (WordPress, theme and plug-ins) on a regular (monthly) basis. This is the best way to safeguard your site against unauthorised access and malware.
It’s an unfortunate fact of life that websites get hacked, and an insecure one is just waiting to get hit. Even if you think you’ve got nothing valuable on the site. Hackers often don’t know or even care what your site does, they will take any opportunity to install malicious code on the site if they can, which at the very least can damage your online reputation by getting your site blacklisted. The first defence is to update your site regularly. A Scheduled Maintenance contract means it will be looked at once a month to see that it’s all in order and to carrry out any necessary updates to increase security. [/tab]
[tab title=”Design & Content Amends”]Design Amends: The maintenance agreement covers the cost of up to one hour’s work each month for design changes.
Design changes includes changes to menus, colours, positions of items, editing sliders, graphic elements, photo retouching and resizing.
Content Editing: Perhaps you need regular content editing but don’t have the time or the expertise to do this yourself. Content editing covers editing of pages and blog posts, including adding photos, but not the cost of acquiring the photos.
Your monthly subscription of £45 compares well to the cost of £75 per hour if you request this work on an ad-hoc basis. (Minimum charge for each ad-hoc design or content amend is £25.)
Click to read the Website Maintenance Agreement