WordPress & CMS

WordPress

Taking advantage of a tried and tested platform allows us to get straight down to working on the specifics of your development requirements, reducing cost, and speeding up the delivery of your project.

Codeheroes can utilise the WordPress platform to build custom themes, bespoke plugins and eCommerce stores (online shops). Once your site is built, by using WordPress, it makes your site extremely easy to manage, including updating the content or product data without needing to speak to a developer. The Codeheroes team has extensive experience building within the WordPress platform, so whether you’re a creative agency with a bespoke design, or a business looking to get an online presence that you can control, then using WordPress is our most cost effective option.

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CMS (Content Management System)

Managing your web content safely, securely and with flexibility

A CMS, or Contact Management System, allows you to manage the content on your website, without having to know any code. They have other benefits too, with the vast majority of the required functionality for most people coming out-of-the-box, we’re able to massively reduce the development process, which saves you money.

With a simple and intuitive user interface (UI), you can be up to speed in a matter of minutes on how to manage the content on your website. Ongoing maintenance costs are kept to a minimum too, with most platforms supplying security & feature updates for their platforms on a regular basis. There are lots of big names in the CMS industry, such as WordPress, Magento, Shopify, Drupal to name a few. Codeheroes can develop with pixel perfect precision into all these platforms.

As expert PHP developers, we can work in pretty much any PHP based CMS system or we can even develop a bespoke system tailored to your exact requirements.

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Headless / Decoupled CMS

When you need lightning speeds with enhanced security

If you have a project with high traffic or are looking for lightning-fast page loading speeds, then you may wish to consider a headless or decoupled CMS setup.

The term headless of decoupled means splitting up the website into two parts, a front end build, and a backend build. The front end will be the website the user connects to, containing all the visual styling. The backend build will control the structure of the site, and the content for each page. The front end site, will connect to the backend site via an API to get all the required structure and content after the page is already loaded.

By splitting up these two parts, you are not loading CMS core files on every page load, and only requesting the exact items you need, which dramatically decreases the page loading times.

Development of these platforms generally take longer than a traditional CMS build, as two systems are needed to be built, rather than one unified system.

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