Recently, we have worked with clients who previously built their site on ASP, and we built their new site using PHP. To a large extent, use of ASP or PHP has been a developer’s preference. However, we choose PHP every time for several key reasons.
As part of an ongoing commitment to our customers, security is a major priority. Maintaining your site is of utmost concern when it comes to security. We take great care to make sure plugins and themes are updated and upgraded often to prevent hackers from exploiting weak code. We also backup files on a regular basis and store the backups in a secure location. While this helps to ensure the safety of your site there are some general security procedures that we use and recommend for our customers to practice as well.
Content Management is key for any website, which allows the healthiest relationship between a website developer and a website content curator. Currently, Star Verte LLC pushes building sites on WordPress, which is a robust content management system that has a sleek, user-friendly interface. Unfortunately, while it is a great foundation, it doesn’t have it all.
In some of my blog entries, you may see me refer to “custom post types” and not really know what I mean. Let me explain.
When uploading new images, for best results, upload an image at least 960 pixels wide by 540 pixels high. Also, images with a ratio of 16:9 will work best.