Every blogger who has started a website knows the pain of WordPress maintenance. The website is up and running and the members can view the page, but there are problems in the site, like back links to sites that do not exist, or other problems that need fixing.

WordPress maintenance is the process of making a WordPress site more functional. There are several techniques that you can use for WordPress maintenance. The basic approach to maintenance is to use free WordPress themes or plugins and put them to good use.

Many websites come with free WordPress themes. These themes are designed for the individual theme of the website owner. They are not designed to be customized. The free themes tend to work fine, but they are not as user friendly as they could be.

The designer must build an original theme and customize it to his requirements. Customization could mean changing the theme’s theme color, logo, menus, and other components. The designer must also use the free themes to test the website and keep in touch with the ideas of the theme designer.

Theme customization does not have to be too difficult. You can just use free themes to get your feet wet and learn how to create themes that are compatible with each other. When you learn how to customize the free themes, you can use that knowledge for more complex customization of a WordPress site.

There are two fundamental themes that you need to understand in WordPress maintenance. You must have a look at the one page themes and see if they are enough for you.

A page is a section on the website. When you open a page, it contains information about the topic of the page, such as the title, the date, or the article. There is a link to the website home page, which allows people to return to the page.

Pages can be divided into sub-pages. Each sub-page could contain a number of related pages. For example, there could be a sub-page called About the site, for all the information about the site, and there could be sub-pages for the products and services, Articles, and Forums.

For this to work, all the pages must have similar functions. There are other features, too, such as links to the Home Page, News and Archives pages, and the author and RSS feed. Page design is not as important as the functionality of the site. But, the page should have enough information to allow visitors to read the information that is being provided on the page.

The same theme and layout should be used on all the pages. This is how the page functions.

The best way to improve WordPress maintenance is to find the site on which it is used and make some changes. Also, the theme designer should see to it that the design of the site is compatible with the theme. When these basic requirements are met, WordPress maintenance can be done by yourself.