Your website is the presence of your company on the internet. One could say it’s a showpiece. That is why it is important to do it as best as possible. Which is why the creation of the portal should be left to professional web developers. However, it’s worth knowing what to avoid when creating it. 

Hiding updates

In my opinion, the original sin of WordPress developers. I have already seen such implementations. The client did not know that his site had not been updated for two years, because no one told him that it needed to be updated. Nor could he check it himself because he had no information about the cockpit in the dashboard. 

Unbelievable but true. If you order the creation of a site on WordPress – at the end of the production work on the site you should have training in its use. During which, make sure that the web design company tells you about updates: where to find them and how to make them. 

Paid and free theme

Claiming that free themes in WordPress are underdeveloped or is a myth. Yes, in the WordPress repository we will find themes that can frighten us with the quality of execution, but the most popular themes used by many users are often at a very high-quality level.

And on the other hand. The claim that paid themes are well written, and there is nothing to complain about them is also far-reaching abuse. Believe me, I’ve seen great free themes and I’ve managed to throw the money down the drain into a completely malfunctioning custom theme.

If you order the creation of a page on WordPress be sure to find out whether the artist has used a free or paid theme. If paid, make sure you have all the information you need to update in the future.  

A theme is not a plug-in

What is the theme? A theme is a pack of files that is responsible for the appearance of a website in CMS, which is WordPress. The plugin is also a pack of files, but after implementing in WordPress it adds another functionality to the page. And no, it’s not good if the two elements are mixed. Especially when how something looks affects how it works.

If you create pages on WordPress check if the theme you want to use has various actions built into it, or whether they are delegated to plugins. You will know if delegate plugins are needed after the installation. The message will pop up, informing that the theme needs a few plugins to work properly. However, if you discover that your theme does more than just look, change it at the earliest opportunity. 


Yes indeed, terms often diverge in this industry. Unfortunately, this is usually because the customer has not received a set of materials on time. It happens that the content flows after a month or two, from signing the contract, when dev is already working on another project. 

It is difficult to set the workflow in such a way to get back to the past.

Make sure that the content that you are to provide to the artist comes to him in the set, on the date indicated in the contract. You will greatly facilitate his execution of the order sticky menu.

On the other hand, I know of cases where everything went well on the client end, but suddenly the contractor disappears and with him the broken contact. 

If you create pages on WordPress, make sure that the customer knows when and what to deliver, and even better – join the dates in the contract. Don’t disappear and whatever happens, it’s always better to get along than to burn bridges behind you.

By rawat

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