Pennine Website Development can manage your website for you and keep it updated with all of your latest information from your email instructions. Alternatively, a system to allow you to edit and maintain the website yourselves is available.
Website maintenance is the process of regularly updating and maintaining a website to ensure that it is functioning properly and providing a good user experience. This can include tasks such as updating content, fixing broken links, addressing technical issues, and ensuring that the website is secure and up to date.
There are several reasons why website maintenance is important:
Keeping the website fresh and relevant: By regularly updating content and features, a website can remain engaging and relevant to its users.
Fixes technical issues: Website maintenance can help identify and fix technical issues that can affect the performance and usability of the website.
Enhancing security: Website maintenance can help protect a website from security vulnerabilities and prevent hacking or malware attacks.
Improving search engine rankings: By regularly updating and optimising a website's content and structure, it can improve its ranking in search engine results.
There are three options for website maintenance:
- I can provide a CMS (Content Management System) for you to update the website yourselves.
- I also offer a website maintenance service. This can be a cost-effective option for businesses or organisations that do not have the time or resources or knowhow to maintain the website themselves.
- A combination of both options - possibly the best approach.
Pennine Websites can provide websites with databases included, for example for product catalogues, blogs or to easily manage document libraries.
Websites with CMS (Content Management Systems) and collection lists can display lists of items that belong to a particular category or theme. Collection lists are often used to showcase products, services, blogs, or other items that are available for purchase or consumption.
There are several types of collection lists that can be used on a website:
Product lists: These are lists of products that are available for purchase on an ecommerce website. Product lists typically include information such as the product name, price, and a brief description.
Service lists: These are lists of services that a business or organisation offers. Service lists may include information such as the service name, a description of the service, and the price.
Event lists: These are lists of events that are scheduled to take place, such as concerts, festivals, or conferences. Event lists may include information such as the event name, date, location, and ticket price.
Article lists: These are lists of articles or blog posts that are organised by topic or theme. Article lists may include a brief summary of each article, as well as the author's name and the date it was published.
Blog list: Have your own blog articles within your website.
Collection lists can be displayed on a website in a variety of formats, such as a grid of items, a list with images and text, or a table with columns and rows. Collection items can also have their own pages.
A collection list within a Webflow website