When you need a web design Chula Vista, the first platform you think about or your web designer recommends is WordPress. This is a content management system that powers more than 30% of the websites around the world. It is easy to use and pretty affordable. Even when working with an experienced web designer, you will need to learn a few things about using WordPress. In this article we shall be discussing the costs that come with setting up your website on WordPress.
Although WordPress is a user-friendly CMS, it is important that you hire an experienced web designer Chula Vista to work with. This is because setting up your website on WordPress involves a number of things such as finding the right hosting provider, linking your site to the website building software and learning how to use FTP. You will also need to learn how to connect the domain name to the website. All this might sound foreign to someone who has never owned a website.
A host is where your web content will ‘live’ online. The hosting service provider offers you the storage space you need to store all your web content. When someone enters the address of your website, the web browser will access the content from the host. There are three main hosting options:
The package you select will depend on your website needs. If you are creating a simple blog that only uses text as its content and don’t expect a lot of traffic, you can get away with shared hosting.
Using FTP (Files Transfer Protocol)
This offers you a way to manage your website files. Website files include images, content, web design, features and everything that makes up your website. It can take a newbie up to three hours to get FTP up and running. Using FTP will cost you between $0 and $50 per month. Hiring a web designer Chula Vista to help with FTP can cost you an additional $80 to $180 per hour.
The majority of hosting service providers has WordPress already installed. Ensure the hosting service you plan on using accommodates WordPress. Hiring a web designer or developer to help with the configuration of WordPress will cost between $30 and $180 per hour.
These are the basic costs you have to deal with when setting up WordPress. For a smooth process, you need to hire an experienced web designer to work with you throughout the development process.