WORDPRESS WEB DEVELOPERS
Find a WordPress Web Developer
Don’t take chances with your WordPress website. Find an experienced and innovative WordPress Web Developer in our directory who can build a highly effective website for your business which will go the distance. WordPress is the world’s most popular Content Management System and with expert help to ensure the right structure and plugins, your WordPress website can be fast, reliable, responsive, reliable and secure.
Hi I'm Carly, I build and maintain WordPress websites. With over 10 years experience I am your go to for all things WordPress!
Simply Savvy Web is a boutique web design service based in Mandurah, WA, specialising in creating, maintaining & supporting WordPress websites for micro and solo businesses.
Smart Robbie specialises in WordPress Website Design, Website Maintenance and Branding.
Brisbane based, I help service-based business owners build their online presence through easy to navigate web design, management & training, taking the scary out of WordPress and empowering business owners to have ultimate control of your website.
WORDPRESS WEB DEVELOPERS FAQ'S
How do I become a WordPress developer?
A WordPress developer is a ‘full-stack’ developer which means they are capable of developing both the front and back end of a website. This requires a range of technical expertise in software development and computer programming, which is why most professional WordPress developers complete a tertiary qualification. These range from a BSc in Computer Science to a diploma or certificate in software development. There are also many different WordPress courses, resources and tutorials on offer - via both online and in-person training. However, a successful WordPress developer requires a high level of skills and knowledge and there is no substitute for practical experience in web development and web design.
What are the disadvantages of using WordPress?
WordPress users need to have sound technical skills in order to use this content management tool effectively. There are a vast number of plugins available for customising a website and enhancing its design and functionality, but installing these can be time-consuming and frustrating if you don’t have the technical skills. These plugins also require frequent updating and it can become quite costly if you end up paying for unnecessary plugins.
Are most websites made with WordPress?
WordPress is widely acknowledged as the leading content management system in the world. This is backed up by data, with a 2022 survey from W3Techs revealing that WordPress is used by 43.2% of all websites on the internet and has a market share of 65%.
Is a WordPress developer a good career?
Given that WordPress is such a globally popular content management system, there is an ongoing need for people with relevant skills and expertise in WordPress web development. Being a WordPress developer is a rewarding career for independent freelancers as well as for those employed by specialist IT companies.
What language does WordPress use?
How do I practice WordPress?
The best way to practice WordPress is to build your own website. It’s easy to make a start using this powerful open-source platform, and once the basics are in place, you can develop your technical proficiency and learn new skills as you build your site. Bear in mind that it can take time to make meaningful progress, so it’s best to tread slowly and carefully so as not to get discouraged.
How much does it cost to hire someone to build a WordPress website?
The hourly cost of a WordPress developer in Australia costs anything between $55 to around $200 per hour.
These charges vary according to the person’s skills, seniority and experience and also on the complexity of the work required. For example, if you want someone to build an ecommerce website for your small business, you will pay more per hour than if you just required a simple website for blogging.
How much does a WordPress website cost?
It’s not possible to put a price on the cost of a WordPress website because the final number depends on so many different variables, including the number of pages, the degree of customisation required, whether an online marketplace is required etc.
A ballpark figure for a WordPress website in Australia is around $2 500 to $5 000 for seven to 10 pages. It is always worth shopping around to find an affordable and innovative WordPress web developer who can build a highly effective website for your business within your budget limitations.