I was talking to a friend of mine about a WordPress website someone did at a company she works with and the programmer did not do such a hot job.
She said, “I thought WordPress was supposed to be easy!” I said, “Oh it is easy. It’s very easy . . . to make a bad WordPress site.” What do I mean by bad?
Here are 13 signs of a bad dog WordPress website:
- The developer hard-coded elements instead of using native WordPress functionality thus making it impossible to maintain by the end user.
- Someone used 52 plugins to create the site and thirty of them each have you do something a little different so that no one can remember how to update different types of content on the site. [Read more…]