Website Fixes

Our highly experienced team of technicians have all the right tools and knowledge to look ‘under the hood’ of your website and get to the root of the problem efficiently. No job is too small or too big.

We work on most types of Content Management Systems and platforms. From flat HTML websites or blogs produced in WordPress, to more complex platforms such as Magento, Big Commerce or Woo Commerce.

We love what we do and every issue presents a new challenge. Our team sees any technical problem as an opportunity to learn new things or put our trusted methodology into practice.

Whilst we are busy fixing things that may come up from time to time, we will be sure to thoroughly check through the rest of the website for any other underlying issues. Contact our team at SEO Manchester Ltd to see how we can help with your website fixes.

About SEO Manchester Ltd

SEO Manchester Ltd has a proud history of fixing common and complex website issues. Our technical team has a wealth of experience dealing with complex issues and they pride their knowledge on best practice solutions.

Testimonials

“After months of hard work, our wonderful new website is up and running. Thank you to all the team at SEO Manchester. A highly knowledgeable team, with everlasting patience, we couldn’t have done it without you. Thanks again from everyone at dysondoctor.co.uk”

Up to 2 Hours

£99+ VAT

Up to 4 Hours

£159+ VAT

Up to 8 Hours

£199+ VAT

Missing Pages

Slow Loading Times

Page Errors

Browser Differences

Broken Links

Poorly Coded HTML

Script Errors

Backup Restoration

Domain Changes

Hosting Changes

CSS Errors

Outdated/Unsupported Code

Broken Plugins

WordPress Errors

Poor Website Security

Google Adwords Errors

SEO Issues

Page Formatting Issues

PHP Errors

Template Errors

Improper Code Usage

Broken Sliders

Broken Menus

Database Connections

Server Errors

Website Version Changes

Poor Image Quality

Website Navigation Issues

Accessibility Problems

Browser Compatibility Issues

Dreamweaver Errors

Improperly Embedded Code

Screen-Size Problems