We are currently working on Upgrading our WordPress Website.
- Improving overall system and apply latest features on E-learning
- Moodle & WordPress System Automation
- Enhance Web Protocols and Security
- Applying Patches and Updates
What We Are Doing
1. Scan for Vulnerabilities
Security should be the primary reason for website maintenance. Check for the spam that may have surpassed your filters. Scanning for vulnerabilities regularly assures that your website is not attacked or taken over.
2. Repairs and Fixes
This is all related to errors, bugs, and broken links. Both internal and external links should be checked. A link checker can be run to look for broken links that frustrate the users and reduce the search engine rankings.
3. Browser Compatibility Testing
Ensure that all aspects of your website are functioning properly in the most common browsers. Your website must also be compatible with less-used browsers.
4. Software Update
The critical software your site relies on should be updated. For example; the content management system, its themes, and plugins. Also, upgrade non-critical software if they are worth applying.
5. Website Backups
The database backups would be automatically performed on a weekly basis and restored at least once every six months
7. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
With SEO you identify the issues which are affecting the ranking of your site.
Through the Google Analytics dashboard, check the important metrics of your site and the trends in those key metrics.
Check all the important functions like filling up signing forms, contact forms, checkout forms, etc to ensure that everything is working smoothly.