One of the important features of your WordPress-based website is the ability to make various changes to the site including the ability to modify website copy, add blog posts, add pictures and videos and the updating any product pricing.
Please be advised though, not all access levels are the same:
Subscriber: Is generally a website user such as the member of an organisation. They typically log into a website in order to gain access to member-only information but their publication rights are usually limited or restricted.
Author: Is generally a website contributor that generates blog or website page content.
Editor: Is the highest level of access that we recommend for general site administration. Editor rights enable access to the most frequently required editing roles for effective website administration. However, it does not allow for access to Website elements that may irreparably damage or delete your site.
Administrator: This is the highest level of WordPress assess and is generally not required for contributor or editor use. This is the level at which we as developers created your website.
As a consequence is is important to note that gaining access to this level of the website is potentially life threatening to your site’s wellbeing 😉
Irreparable damage is easily done by anyone who did not build the website in the first instance. In many cases we make use of custom code, security systems and intricate theme modifications that can easily be lost by anyone who was not involved with the build process and is not familiar with intricate customisations we will have made to your site.
As a consequence, if Administrator access is requested in the form below (or any other advanced form of access including, but not necessarily limited to FTP, Server Console or SSH), we require a legal waiver checkbox to be selected that absolves us from any responsibilities or liability relating to your website in any way whatsoever.