Whether it’s a company, an association or a private individual – anyone who runs their own website nowadays often uses so-called content management systems (= CMS). Blogger pages, portfolio presentations, reference galleries – for almost every website with complex and dynamic content there is a more or less suitable solution as a CMS.
We also rely on WordPress for our internet presence. Besides the pure web presence, regular blogging is very important to us. Over time, the content has become more complex. For example, we have been able to make the following changes with it:
- Appealing start pages as OnePager
- Regular blogging with chronological and thematic sorting
- Subpages for the presentation of thematic fields
Not everything is always child’s play. There are also sometimes more complex challenges associated with WordPress. Here are a few examples:
- Necessary and sometimes complicated updates
- Successful defence against hacker attacks
- Resolution of server or plugin incompatibilities
- Implementation of tricky requirements
However, the positive experiences with WordPress outweigh the negative ones. In summary, we can say: We are convinced of WordPress as a platform for websites of different applications – especially when it comes to comfortable and cost-efficient implementations.
We now have over 10 years of experience with WordPress and several of our staff have extensive skills. We operate our own web server for hosting WordPress-based websites. Our own websites as well as various project websites run successfully on WordPress. Thus, we meet all requirements for modern websites:
- Appealing design