WordPress CMS

Long ago, WordPress was perhaps the most simple to use “Content Management System” (CMS). For the novice, one would need virtually no training to set up a site with a nice template, post their information and get traffic to their site.

Ok…maybe not “that” long ago.

Today, WordPress alone is still simple. But, if you are like most, you are planning much more than 3 to 5 blog pages or static (content that doesn’t change) pages. WordPress suddenly turns into a much more complicated project and without proper training, you may never get everything functioning correctly.

Because you are here at T.A. Garrison, LLC (formerly L.T. Creations, LLC), that’s an indication that you are planning to do more than just have a few pages in your Web site project. That said, you are in the right spot.

Let T.A. Garrison, LLC create the Web site “YOU” want, with the images “YOU” select (if desired), and developed “YOUR” way. If something you desire won’t work, I’ll help you find a good alternative.

In addition to the functionality of the site, T.A. Garrison, LLC also provides the SEO. This is an “on-going” process due to the nature of the project. The company would, eventually, have several key products on the first page of the search engine results.

If you have a simple site, like the one where you are reading this information, you only need to find a nice template then write whatever you wish to share with your users. I’m very fast and usually “less” expensive than those charging less than $20 per hour.

If you are considering an E-commerce Web site – one that allows retail customers as well as wholesale (or other type) customers to log in and see only pricing appropriate to the specific user – you’re going to need (roughly) 20 plugins. This is also true for sites that require memberships or anything where the project is more than a blog or a few pages of static text.

BEWARE!!! Not all WordPress plugins work well together. Unless the plugins have been tested together, there is no way to know if your site will function properly. It’s imperative to review the plugin(s) first, then install, test thoroughly, check error logs on the server and review many aspects of a site that most people are not trained to understand.

Do not be fooled by a plugin that has a price of more than $180.00 (US). The price does not mean it’s going to work with your project. Some free plugins work better than those expensive plugins.

I’m here to advise, consult, assist or take complete control of your project to fruition in a timely manner until it’s fully functional – for “all” devices. Before you begin your project, and before you spend time and money on your Web site, please use the “Get In Touch” contact form. Even just a little time can save you a great deal of cash and stress.