What can your website do?
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Below you’ll find a complete breakdown of the programs and plugins used to build your website and achieve the functionality required to bring your online presence to life.
Keep in mind that websites are ever evolving and plugins are frequently updating to newer versions, often directly contradicting one another when doing so. When this happens, issues can arise and websites can “break” in either appearance or functionality. Think of this as wear and tear on your vehicle. Over time you may need to update these plugins or install new ones much like your vehicle may need new brake pads or tires. Much like vehicle wear and tear, you have the option to fix these issues yourself and knowing which programs and plugins were used will help you to do that.
If you would prefer that we perform these maintenance procedures on your behalf, we are happy to do so at an hourly rate. Keep in mind that going the DIY route can often lead to more costly fixes and longer downtime if the updates are done improperly.
WordPress.org is the home of the free, open-source WordPress software. You, or anyone else, can download the WordPress software from WordPress.org and install it on your own web hosting. You can also modify the software as much as you want – it’s 100% yours to do with as you please.
Because you need to install the WordPress.org software on your own website hosting to run it, WordPress.org is also often called self-hosted WordPress.
Again, when people say “WordPress”, they’re usually referring to WordPress.org, not WordPress.com.
With WordPress.org, you get to take advantage of the full flexibility of the WordPress content management system (CMS). You’ll be able to install any one of the tens of thousands of WordPress themes and plugins:
WooCommerce is an open-source e-commerce plugin designed for WordPress websites. It allows businesses to set up an online store and sell products and services directly from their website.
With WooCommerce, you can manage your inventory, process payments, and handle shipping and tax options. It also provides a wide range of features and customization options to help you create a professional-looking online store that meets your specific needs.
WooCommerce is used by millions of online stores worldwide and is one of the most popular e-commerce solutions available. Its popularity is due in part to its ease of use and its ability to integrate with other popular WordPress plugins and services.
Elementor is a visual WordPress website builder that replaces the basic WordPress editor with a live frontend editor, so you can create complex layouts visually, and design your website live, without having to switch between the editor and the preview mode.
With Elementor, you can create beautiful and functional designs without needing to use code or CSS, and without relying on developers for help. The designs that you create are responsive by default, which means they’ll automatically look great on desktop, tablet, and mobile.
A WordPress plugin is a piece of software that adds specific functionality to a WordPress website. WordPress plugins can be installed and activated to add new features to a website without requiring any coding knowledge.
Plugins are used to extend the functionality of a WordPress website beyond the basic features that are included in the core WordPress software. For example, there are plugins available for adding contact forms, SEO optimization, e-commerce functionality, social media integration, security features, and more.
WordPress plugins are created by developers and can be downloaded from the WordPress plugin directory or third-party websites. Once a plugin is installed, it can be activated or deactivated, and its settings can be configured through the WordPress dashboard.
Overall, WordPress plugins are a powerful tool that allows website owners to customize and enhance their website's functionality without requiring advanced technical skills.
Looking for a description of your plugins? Visit WooCommerce.com
and search your plugin to read more about what it is capable of.
Looking for help with Elementor? Visit the Elementor
Youtube Channel and search for what you are trying to accomplish.
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