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Choosing a WordPress Maintenance Contract

10 tips for choosing a WordPress maintenance agency: A Guide

If you are serious about winning new business and leads through your website, it makes sense to invest in a WordPress maintenance plan for your site. WordPress is an awesome CMS, but like all software, things do occasionally go wrong and things need fixing. If you’ve built your own website, or have inherited a WordPress […]

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WordPress Support

We can help you with that.  Toast Support provides ad-hoc and retained WordPress support for all WordPress sites, whether we’ve built them or not. WordPress support for small sites. If you have a personal site or small business WordPress website and need help occasionally with WordPress updates or fixes, then our ad-hoc WordPress support is […]

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Five quick WordPress fixes you can perform right now

WordPress is one of the world’s most popular CMS platforms, used by everyone from bloggers to large international companies. We’ve fallen in love with its versatility, simplicity, and compatibility. Even better, you don’t need to be a tech whizz to make some quick WordPress fixes to your site. We’ve put together a list of five […]

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Ten reasons you should consider professional WordPress support

You already know how to manage the page and post content of your site, but a professional WordPress support contract can help with all the techy stuff and more! Looking after the content on a WordPress site should be a breeze (if it’s been built well), but what happens if technical issues arise that are outside […]

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If a WordPress post has terms from a custom taxonomy

If you use custom post types, you’ll often have the need to do something if the current post has a specific term from a custom taxonomy. You can accomplish this using the following:     All you need to do here is change the TERM to the name of the category within the custom taxonomy […]

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