The services on this page are related to the more general tasks on sites running WordPress or ClassicPress (the WordPress fork targeted at businesses).
Below we list a few examples to give you a better idea of these general WordPress services.
Some people love to install plugins for each and every type of additional functionality. And that is all fine, although sometimes prone to conflicts, especially when these type of plugins could easily be combined into one.
With the Plugins Assessment we will take a thorough look at all the plugins that have been installed and will give our advice on each and every one of them.
If you have started tinkering with code yourself you will notice that it isn’t always smooth sailing and sometimes you spend hours and hours looking for a solution, without any useful results.
In such cases it would be great if you have someone experienced that can look over your shoulder and point you in the right direction or dive into the code for you to give you a working solution.
It actually can save you a lot of time too and we will always tell you what we did to solve your problem, so the next time it occurs, you know what to do!
Files need to be moved and more important, the database needs to be moved too. And once it has been moved, it is necessary to change certain strings in the database to make sure that the content is served from the new server instead of the old one.
Many people find Site Migration very intimidating and not something to get enthusiastic about.
Fortunately for you we are! We are more than happy to take care of the migration on your behalf, whether it is for your own site or the site of your client!
With WordPress powering more than 30% of the web, it has becomes a big target for hackers with bad intentions.
If your site becomes infected by malware or other kind of hacking, we can assist you to clean up the site and make it safe again.
What is SSL?
SSL is a security protocol and it allows sensitive information such as credit card numbers, data on contact- and comment forms, and login credentials to be transmitted securely. It is easy to see if a site has SSL installed as it will show a green lock in the address bar. The Chrome browser even adds the word “Secure” when a site has SSL installed (and “Not Secure” when a security certificate has not been installed).
Since Google has almost made it mandatory to run websites over SSL, many website owners are scrambling to update their sites.
Installing a certificate (via cPanel) is step 1 of the process, but in most cases a little bit more work is needed to make sure that a site is 100% secure without anything broken.
We are happy to help you making the switch to SSL!
Although for professionals it is something that we don’t even think about, it turns out that for the majority of people making a Child Theme is not common practice.
The problem with this is that if your theme receives an update you really only have two choices:
1) update and re-do everything you changed;
2) don’t update and miss out on all the new functionality that has been added to the theme, or worse: miss important security updates.
Neither is a situation you should find yourself in and this alone should be the drive for you to only work with Child Themes.
We can take care of this for you, so you can focus on your own site.
If you are getting tired of watching endless Youtube videos to figure out relatively simple things, we offer one on one training sessions.
We can teach you a variety of different things, topics ranging from how to add new content to configuring caching to make a site load faster and from translating content with a translation plugin to doing complicated updates to the software running your site.
Sessions are typically booked as brackets of half an hour.
Of course we also use our skills as plugin developer for client projects and there are many websites running a bespoke plugin by BHI Localization for Websites.
We are available for hire for if you need a custom plugin or customize an existing plugin.
Naturally you have done your own Quality Assurance and maybe you have already shown the client the MVP. On top of that it can be very helpful to have a fresh pair of eyes look at the website you have been developing for your client.
Just send us your list of requirements on what the code is supposed to be doing and how and we will include that in our full Quality Assurance for Developers.