WordPress Updates.

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We’ll update your site monthly, check it over and keep it secure.

it’s crucial to keep WordPress up-to-date.

Wherever you host your WordPress site, keeping it up-to-date is not the responsibility of your hosting company (nor is it covered by hosting charges).

Out-of-date WordPress installs, themes, and plugins are the most common reasons for sites getting hacked.

If you do find your site gets hacked, your hosting company will often take it offline until any malicious code is removed.

This can be a time-consuming task if you don’t know your way around the WordPress file structure.

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Get your site updated and checked monthly.

Our WordPress updates service will keep your site up-to-date and secure from hackers.

It includes the following:

  1. Monthly update to your WordPress core files, theme* and plugins*
  2. A post-update check of your site to ensure the site is working correctly
  3. An automated monthly report about the health of your site.
  4. Hack Insurance – if your site does get hacked, we’ll clean it up for you (maximum of two times per year)

*If your site has premium themes or plugins, you must have a valid licence to allow for updates.

Take the hassle out of updating your site.

Now, more than ever, your site is your 24/7 marketing platform. Even the smallest of businesses now rely on their websites for new business enquiries, sales and growth.

If your site gets hacked because it’s out-of-date, you’ll find that your hosting company will turn to you to fix the hack and clean-out infected files.

Our WordPress update service takes care of all of this for you, so you can get on with running and marketing your business.

What does it cost?

Our WordPress Updates service costs £10 per month (ex VAT) and ensures that your site remains secure and working properly.

We’ll keep your WordPress software and plugins up-to-date for this small monthly fee and help to ensure your website is in tip-top condition.

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Can you get extra work?

Yes, if you need additional bits and pieces, you can top-up your time whenever you need to.

Need to test a plugin out or help with your theme? As a retained support client, you can top-up your support time in 30-minute increments for £30 + VAT.

You can then use that time for anything you need – from Adwords to web design.

WordPress update service FAQs.

What does the service include?

Updates to your WordPress install and plugins once a month. We’ll keep your software updated and advise of anything that needs attention.

Do we take backups before you update?

This depends on your hosting company. Most hosting accounts now include backups as standard, so we will check this first and advise accordingly.

Do we check the site post-update?

We use software and AI to check your site post-update. These tools take screenshots of your site pre- and post-update to compare for any changes or issues so we can check if anything is wrong.

Do we offer extra services?

We’re a full-service WordPress agency, so we can help you with everything, including updates, theme work, CSS, SEO, plugins and even complete rebuilds.

Do we host sites?

Yes, we can also provide hosting for your website so everything is managed in one place. We host on on our dedicated servers so your site is safe and secure.

Are there long contracts?

No, everything is on a rolling monthly contract, so you are not tied into lengthy commitments. If you want to cancel, you just need to give us 30 days’ notice.

How long have we been around?

Toast was formed in 1997, became a Limited Company in 2002 and has grown year-on-year ever since. We’re solid and not going to disappear.

How many staff do we have?

We’ve 18 staff who work (mostly) out of our own building in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Our team has experts in design, development (code), optimisation, strategy and SEO so we can help with all things website-related.

Can you provide references?

It’s not a problem. We can put you in touch directly with some of our current clients (usually via email) for references.