Your WordPress website is kind of like a car. If you treat it well, it will work for you for years to come. But if you forgo maintenance, issues can start to pile up and, if you really put things off, your website might even stop working.
WordPress is constantly changing. The core team is always adding new features, fixing bugs, patching newly-discovered security issues, etc. The same holds true for all the plugins you’re using, and the web as a whole.
Your website itself is also always changing. You might be publishing new content, switching up the design, adding new features, and more.
Put all those changes together, and there is a high risk of something going amiss and your website not working.
This sounds a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Most of the time, all those changes go off with a hitch. But to avoid the rare situations in which something does go wrong and stay on top of trends at your site, it’s important to put in a little maintenance work.
Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Sergei Davidov on 2021-03-25 08:34:15.
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