Fixing and Maintaining Broken Websites 

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“What do you mean my website’s broken?” 

“It’s a website, not a plate. How could it be broken?” 

We’ve heard some version of this many times over the years. 

The truth is that websites get “broken” often. 

When they’re “broken,” that means that they’re inoperable, for users and business owners alike. 

This is the last thing that you want to have happened. 

Unfortunately, it can happen to any business website. 

Luckily, this is something we help our clients with all of the time. 


Updates, Upgrades, and Downgrades 

Here’s a recent example

WordPress 5.5 was supposed to make websites better. 

For many, it did not. 

In fact, it did the opposite. 

To use this article’s words, it “negatively affected millions of websites, a staggering amount.” 

That’s especially staggering if it was your business website that was affected. 

After all, a website is a company’s store, office, showroom, and much more. 

Say something shut down your store, made it so no one could go there. That would have to be dealt with pronto. 

When your website’s “broken,” for so many companies, so too is your business model. 

It can’t be overstated how important it is to get your website back up and running right away. 

That’s where we come in. 


Putting Websites “Back Together” 

The truth is that when a website is “broken,” it’s rarely irrevocably so. 

The analogy of comparing a website to a plate from the first paragraph isn’t really accurate. A plate, even with the best adhesive materials, won’t look exactly as it did. 

A “broken” website that’s been “put back together” can be just as functional if not better. 

Indeed, for the most part, the opposite of a “broken” website is a “functional” one. 

We’ve helped so many to restore their website to full (or even improved) functionality. 

To continue with this recent example, the “WordPress 5.5.1 maintenance release is designed to stop sites from breaking.  But the errors will still need to be fixed.” 

You’re busy. You’re busy running your company, your life, and everything else. That means you probably don’t have the time to fix those errors. 

Alternatively, even if you do have the time to do so, you may want to spend that time on literally anything else. It always helps to have a team of professionals on it. 

We can help to keep your website from breaking, we can put it back together, and we can make sure it runs smoothly. For all of that and more, contact us at: (888) 477-9540.