WordPress has made the plugin-update process easier recently by giving sites the option of automatically updating selected plugins. More often than not, activating this option will make sense. In some cases, though, updating a plugin can cause conflicts, errors, or visible changes on a site. This is why part of our monthly maintenance is to review every site after we have updated the plugins. We look through the site to see if anything has broken or if anything is displaying oddly—or not displaying at all! Even in cases where we opt to have plugins update automatically, we will still be reviewing sites regularly after updates.
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"Arthur Breur and Breur Media [now FireSpike LLC] created an edgy, sophisticated website for the world premiere of He Asked For It, a new play I produced and directed in Los Angeles. The tone and quality of the website fit the content and style of the play, drove heavy traffic to the site which ultimately increased our ticket sales. I highly recommend Breur Media for any media needs your organization or business may have."
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