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When you get in touch with us about a new project, the first thing we’ll do is take the time to understand what you’re looking for and provide you with a fixed price quote. Your quote will include: the details of your project and what’s included, the time frame, what to expect from the process, ... Read more (Read more)
A web designer tends to be more visual. They’re very good at creating a great design, but often have little to no programming ability. On the other hand, a web developer is primarily focused on programming. A web developer may have some design ability, but typically, they are more code focused. At WP ... Read more (Read more)
Thankfully things have settled down now and we’ve settled into a normal (pre-lockdown) routine. All of the team work remotely. These are Dan’s working hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 9am until 5pm (phone calls, zoom calls, project work) Thursday – 9am until 5pm (no calls or meetings, project work only) Friday – 9am until 2pm ... Read more (Read more)
With all of our clients, we recommend that you own (i.e. you pay for) and control your own web hosting. This is so that you have complete control at all times, and you have complete control on who is able to access your website control panel. That means you can then give us access to ... Read more (Read more)
It’s easiest to give a list of acronyms and product names here, as there have been quite a few different systems that we’ve worked with. Below includes a list of the systems that I’ve worked with WordPress WordPress (obviously!) – themes and plugins (creating from scratch and extending existing using hooks/filters) WooCommerce – creating custom ... Read more (Read more)
Simply put. No, we don’t outsource development. All development is conducted by the WP Doctors team. Sometimes we will use trusted 3rd party WordPress plugins to help create a solution, as there’s no point reinventing the wheel if there’s a WordPress plugin out there that will do 95% of what you need for $100 or ... Read more (Read more)