We would be happy to do all your maintenance for you, but we realize many clients want to be able to make their own site updates.
We provide a number of different maintenance options to choose from. See which one is right for you.
One of the biggest benefits of having a full-time database programmer on board is that we can set up a Content Management System for you that offers all of the features you need, and none of the features you don't need. Because we can streamline it to meet your exact needs, it's extremely easy to use. It's so intuitive that even if a long time goes by between making site edits, you can log back in and immediately remember how to do it.
Our custom CMS will allow you to:
Another option is for us to build your entire site using WordPress as the updating engine. The site will look the same as if we did not integrate it into WordPress, but WordPress will be the engine behind it. If we go this route, you will also have the ability to update all of your site content. The only drawback is it is a little tougher to learn – not quite a point and shoot as the above detailed content management system. Nevertheless, it is a good, solid and easy-to-expand program that we often recommend to our clients based on their needs.
We wouldn't suggest developing an entire website off a database, but for certain sections/pages on your site a database may be a good solution.
An obvious use for a database is for e-commerce and catalog sites. Being able to easily add, update or delete products would be easily handled using a database.
The Siletz Tribal Language Project Site has a intensely rich information section of their site that is constantly adding new information. Using a database they access from a web-based admin system makes it easy for them to populate these pages.