WordPress was originally created as a blog platform, but quickly grew to be a CMS with almost limitless potential. At its core though, it remains an easy to use system for the average computer-savvy user giving them the ability to create blog posts, news articles, and build new pages with relative ease.
We incorporate extra features on top of the standard WordPress feature set, allowing our clients to create new content using a familiar style of WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface, similar to Microsoft Word. This gives them the ability to drop in elements like images, tables and YouTube videos as well as text styling, dot points and font changes.
Each of our websites comes with a customised user manual, outlining the processes for page creation, modification, and any other common uses (depending on the functionality of the website) with step by step instructions and screenshots from your website. This is especially handy for businesses with rapid staff turnover, saving them on training costs and hiring skilled staff at a premium.