If you are new to WordPress or seeking to create your online presence with WordPress, you may have queries about its capabilities, features, and recommended practices. This page will resolve the majority of frequently asked questions regarding WordPress development.
  • Do I obtain full ownership of my website?

    Yes, based on the terms of our agreement, you will own the website and its content once it goes live. We provide you with ownership of the website, the logo, and all the file formats you require after the final payment has been made. In addition, we offer a simple-to-follow visual design guide for your website.

  • How long will my WordPress website take to develop?

    WordPress website development takes 4-5 weeks. Depends on the work complexity.
    Request an estimate or deadline.

  • What is your level of experience in WordPress development?

    Experience trumps all other factors in importance. You must determine the experience level required for your project based on its requirements and budget. For over 8+ years, Maxphaos has provided custom WordPress website development services.

  • How much will you charge as per my requirements for WordPress Website?

    The cost of the undertaking is entirely dependent on your specifications. Before beginning any project, making a list of your requirements is the best method to get the best deal. Our pricing at Maxphaos is based on the requirements and difficulty of the undertaking. We offer a variety of packages and custom quotes based on the needs of the project.

  • What will be used to help me track my website traffic?

    Yes, your website includes a plugin for tracking website traffic. Additionally, it can be linked to Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, and Bing Webmaster Tools.

  • How easy will it be to add features / functionality to my website in the future?

    This is up to you; please describe your needs in detail, and we will do our best to meet them.

  • Will you be keeping backups of my site?

    Yes, you will get a FREE monthly backup via ManageWP

  • How and where will my website be hosted?

    If you do not own a server, your website will be hosted by one of the following companies:

    WP Engine


  • Will my website be mobile-friendly?

    Yes, your site will be compatible with all screen sizes

  • How will you make it easy for me to manage the content on my website?

    WordPress is one of the most user-friendly content management systems you will come across, but don’t assume that this will be the case with your website.

    you will get all the access to control everything you need

  • What access do I get to my website?
    • Access to WordPress administration
    • FTP access
    • database entry
    • DNS configuration access


    If you do not know how to use this information, do not tamper with it and then expect your website company to repair your errors. Instead, offer to sign a liability waiver if and when you decide you want to play with these items. Or, better yet, request training or an environment conducive to learning.

  • How will you be building my website? Using an existing theme? A custom theme?

    We prefer to work in building custom WordPress Development websites and do not use any ready-made templates.

    Since 2010 we have delivered highly customizable, easy-to-manage, and extendable WordPress solutions. Using Bricks, Oxygen, and Elementor Builder and delivered projects that are WCAG.



  • What do I need to provide?

    If you enter a new website project expecting to be free of responsibility, you can be certain that the project will veer off course at some point.

    If you want your project to go off without a hitch from beginning to end, there are certain things that you, as the business’s representative, must always provide.

    Among these include:

    Yes, you must peruse each and every one of the terms and conditions before you can proceed.

    Some form of advance payment to commence work
    Website assets (e.g. logo files, image files, content)
    Existing login credentials for the domain, content management system, and web host
    Current URLs and identities for social media accounts
    Existing access credentials for analytics and webmaster tools accounts
    Providing responses to essential online marketing strategy concerns
    You can prevent unnecessary delays by submitting all of these items in advance.


    TIP: If you really want to get your project off on the proper foot, create a comprehensive sitemap for your website project in advance.

  • Can I easily edit everything in WordPress?

    WordPress is designed for non-technical users’ convenience. As a content management system, it allows even the least technically savvy users to alter font sizes and colours, update navigation, add new web pages, include images, and embed video. It depends on how WordPress is configured and how effectively the developer utilizes it as a content management system. In addition, Maxphaos provides each client with a customized website manual that includes specific “how-tos” for updating the WordPress website.

    WordPress is not the only content management system available, but it is popular and has a large support network as a result. Frequently, it’s very easy to use, but it also has extensive functionality. WordPress is recommended for B2B websites due to its functionality, simplicity, and low maintenance requirements.

    Not finding your query on the list? Ask your query in a comment or send us an email via our contact form.

  • Why do I need to install updates?

    Installing revisions to your WordPress website is crucial for maintaining website security. In addition to fixing bugs or introducing new features, updates patch security vulnerabilities. Because WordPress is so popular, hackers target it frequently. Outdated WordPress and plugin versions pose a security risk.

  • Is WordPress Secure?

    WordPress is updated four to eight times per year, which is more often than the majority of software. Regular revisions enhance the security of WordPress websites and ensure that the most recent version is always in use.

  • Who uses WordPress?

    WordPress is utilized by numerous prominent journals, websites, and even Fortune 500 companies. TechCrunch, The New Yorker, BBC America, Sony Music, Best Buy, Xerox, and Harvard Business Review are among the large organizations that use WordPress.

  • What’s a Plugin?

    A plugin is an existing piece of code that adds specific functionality to a website. Plugins enable website owners to add certain features to their websites above and beyond what WordPress offers. They can be free or paid, depending on the functionality and complexity.

  • What is a CMS?

    The top 100 blogs and websites in the U.S. use WordPress and about 20% of all websites worldwide use it as well. With such a large community of WordPress users, there is also a large developer community for WP. In addition to the support community availability and the wide variety of plug-in options out there, WordPress is also an open-source content management system so you don’t need to rely on an agency or freelancer to update the site.

  • What is WordPress?

    WordPress is a website creation tool and a powerful website content management system. It’s written in PHP and is also one of the most popular blogging engines on the web. For the B2B web designs we create, WordPress enables website owners to easily and quickly make updates on the backend of the website.