My name is Jason and
Digital Syntax Solutions.
I am experienced in all things tech and focused on providing reliable and efficient solutions for hardware, software, network, and server maintenance. I strive to make technology accessible and easy for everyone!
With over 15 years of computer tech experience, I specialize in turning websites into beautiful and functional works of art with WordPress. Crafting exceptional experiences with care and attention. My mission is to help you reach your goals with a website that speaks to your target audience. Committed to delivering quality results with a focus on customer satisfaction. Helping you maximize digital performance. I provide ongoing maintenance, support and optimization services to keep your online presence running smoothly.
I’m committed to delivering projects with precision and care.
Please have a look around at all we have to offer. there are links to current client websites and to some Demo / Sample sites. if you have any questions or would like us to help with your website needs, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why we use WordPress
WordPress is a platform that you can use to create a highly functional website or blog. While WordPress started as a blogging system, it has long since evolved to be used as a full-featured content management system and so much more than just a website. Through the thousands of integrated plugins, widgets, and themes, you can even set up an online store with WordPress and the WooCommerce plugin.
We believe that by leveraging the flexibility and features offered by the WordPress platform, we can save development time and costs that doesn’t compromise on quality.
There are millions of websites out there, and WordPress powers more than 30% of them. Every day, over 500 new sites using WordPress go live, and those numbers are only getting larger. With such a massive user base, you can be sure that WordPress’ developers aren’t going to stop developing it any time soon.
That means choosing this CMS ensures you’ll always have access to updates that make your site more secure and add new features to it. Plus, there’s a robust community of developers working within the WordPress ecosystem. For example, there are more than 55,000 plugins you can access for free at WordPress. Likewise, there are thousands of themes to choose from, which gives you full control over your site’s style. That doesn’t even include premium plugins and themes, of which there are plenty as well if you don’t mind making an investment.
WordPress Takes Security Seriously
No CMS or website is 100% secure. New security threats are always popping up, so it’s essential to use a platform that takes online safety seriously. If you want to run a tight ship, the single best thing you can do is make sure WordPress is always up to date.
That includes the CMS itself, as well as any additional components you use (such as themes and plugins). WordPress is always pushing out new updates and security patches, so by updating your version, you’ll be a step ahead of everyone else. If you want to secure your website even further, you can look into using a web host that takes security seriously. There are a lot of additional steps you can take to secure your site as well, including enforcing strong passwords and implementing Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). However, all that effort might go to waste if you use a platform that’s not secure.
WordPress Is Here to Stay
Website builders come and go, even the biggest ones may disappear. Open-source software, on the other hand, is much more likely to be around for a very long time. That’s because as open-source software, it’s not maintained by just one person or company. Even if WordPress disappears, anyone can simply fork its code and launch it with a different name in a matter of minutes.
One of the lesser-known facts about WordPress is that it does not have a CEO. The name WordPress is protected by the WordPress foundation, which is a non-profit organization ensuring that WordPress continues to grow. There is a strong community of thousands of users, developers, and small businesses behind WordPress. As a community, all of them ensure that WordPress is here to stay for the long-haul. WordPress benefits millions of users around the globe. It is available in more than 53 languages and powers thousands of multilingual websites as well.
WordPress Is SEO Friendly
The best website in the world won’t be a success if it doesn’t get any traffic or visitors. Luckily, WordPress is built with search engine traffic in mind. WordPress is written using high-quality code with semantic markup. In non-geek terms, this means Google and other search engines love WordPress. This is why WordPress sites tend to rank higher than others in search engines. SEO plugins are easy to use, but also incredibly powerful.