WordPress in the long run
WordPress in the long run
WordPress offers a wide range of third party plugins to help you build your website. They help you to implement the design and to place your newsletter forms in the right place.
Few extensions focus on the long-term maintenance of a WordPress website. We at Orbitype have made it our mission to make life easier for you, the website owner, so you can do the same for your customers.
What happens after creating a website?
After you have created the website and installed various plugins that you still need to keep the site running, it quickly becomes apparent that the WP admin area is no longer as sleek and clean as it was before.
Depending on which plugins you have installed, (especially with free versions) you will see an endless number of pop-ups and ads that make editing your website a bad experience.
If you want to run a blog or an online store longer, you should look around how to make the workstation (Wp-Admin) usable again. Since the installed plugins are indispensable in most cases, uninstalling them will not be an option.
What you can do is connect your website to Orbitype and use the clean interface of Orbitype for all repetitive daily tasks.
Orbitype is an add-on to the WordPress Wp-Admin panel which is designed for everyday website management. All technical customizations will still be done in the Wp-Admin, but when it comes to everyday work on your blog, website or WooCommerce store, you should be able to use a more pleasant interface.
Daily business work
Orbitype offers you a new admin interface for your existing WordPress website. WordPress is our starting point, further integrations with WooCommerce, Google Search Console and your email account will allow you new unprecedented possibilities.
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