Wordpress development

News and information relating to Wordpress, the world's most widely used content management system.

 
Matt Gilbert
Matt Gilbert
16th Apr 2021

Custom-built site vs WordPress theme: which is best for your business?

Business
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Wordpress development
Choosing between a custom-built site and a WordPress theme can be a minefield. Custom sites are built from the ground up by a developer or web development team. With bespoke designs and no functionality restrictions, custom-built sites are the go-to option for many businesses. However, WordPress...
 
David
David
21st Jan 2021

Get your website fit for summer

Wordpress development
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Drupal development
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Business
Is your website a couch potato? If your website is failing to attract the leads it should, it might be time to send it to our Website Gym for a health check. As a new year offer, we are offering our Website Health Check free to businesses. We’ll prod, poke and cajole it into a match-ready shape in...
 
David
David
16th Nov 2020

Managing multi-regional and multi-lingual sites

Web applications
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
Creating multi-regional and multilingual sites can be a long, arduous process if the smaller details aren’t ironed out first. In this guide, Versantus consider some of the key elements to creating and managing a multi lingual or multi-regional site. Read below to discover key factors to consider...
 
Matt Gilbert
Matt Gilbert
4th Oct 2020

How much should a website cost?

Business
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
We've put together this guide to help you determine how much you should be spending on your website, and the factors that will affect the cost.
 
Sam Cranwell
Sam Cranwell
2nd Oct 2020

The importance of web design in the buyer journey

UX design
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
There are a staggering number of directions customers can take when researching and buying products. With information, reviews, comparisons, and ever expanding marketplaces, all available online, consumers have more control over their own buying journeys than ever before.
 
David
David
20th May 2020

Delivering success the Versantus way

Business
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
We place great importance on not just creating high quality, beautiful and intelligent solutions but also on the process of delivering them. A refined and effective software development process helps us to produce an end result that meets or exceeds your expectations, but we want more than that. As...
 
Nik Roberts
Nik Roberts
12th Sep 2019

Is free software like Drupal as secure as non-free software?

Drupal development
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Wordpress development
When considering which enterprise content management system to invest in, security is a key factor. As a critical piece of business infrastructure, your web platform will often integrate with commerce, resource planning, and other "back-office" systems. Keeping your data secure is not only a legal...
 
Nik Roberts
Nik Roberts
2nd May 2017

Alexa, get me a carrot

Alexa & Google Assistant
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
If horses could talk (apart from Mr Ed, of course, of course), they’d want to talk to the new Amazon Echo “skill” that we've just launched in time for this year's Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.
 
Sam Cranwell
Sam Cranwell
17th Mar 2017

Wireframing websites made simple

UX design
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Drupal development
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Wordpress development
For some time now we have been creating black and white wireframes of web pages to help our clients plan & organise their websites content and features.
 
Sam Cranwell
Sam Cranwell
30th Jan 2017

A Guide to CTA Buttons

UX design
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Wordpress development
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Drupal development
Optimised buttons and internal and external links can not only improve the UX of the website but can be pivotal to the success of your website. Their use and placement should always be user friendly, make choices easy, and encourage further interaction and engagement with your site's pages and services. We are all familiar of UX design and how important it is, however, have you ever considered your use of buttons?