Another important reason to invest in website support is the need to address third-party integration concerns. This applies regardless of your site’s CMS.
Integrations pertain to various website elements that come from other platforms. Google Maps is an example of a platform that offers elements that you can integrate with your website.
Similarly, plugins are add-ons that can improve back-end functionality and UX as well as provide additional site features.
Though both integration services and plugins aim to improve your site’s UX, they do not come without flaws. You will hear news of plugins breaking down and causing sitewide issues or being abandoned by development teams – causing serious compatibility issues as platform updates come around.
When the CMS goes through a round of updates, plugins may suddenly stop working or break your site altogether. To address this, you need to update your plugins individually and ensure they have been tested with the most recent version of your CMS. With website support, all this is taken care of for you.