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Bug Fixes & Troubleshooting

We have lots of experience fixing broken things and making websites better

Web Design

Front-end Fixes

Front-end bug-fixes handle everything the user sees and interacts with. This includes debugging JavaScript, tackling CSS layout problems, and ensuring cross-browser compatibility.

  • Debugging JS errors
  • CSS layout issues
  • Responsive design testing
  • Browser compatibility
  • Image optimization
  • Form validation
  • Performance tuning
  • Asset bundling/minification
  • Event handling bugs

Back-end Fixes

Back-end bug-fixes handle server-side issues like optimizing queries and fixing bugs in the logic. This involves PHP, databases, APIs, and other server-side technologies.

  • Query optimization
  • Error handling
  • Session management
  • Authentication bugs
  • Cache invalidation
  • Data validation/sanitization
  • Logging and monitoring
  • Code refactoring
  • Security vulnerabilities


Infrastructure bug-fixes deals with the environment where the website runs. This covers server settings, database scaling, SSL, and other foundational aspects.

  • SSL issues
  • DNS problems
  • Server configuration
  • Load balancing
  • Database scaling
  • Backups and recovery
  • CDN issues
  • Resource monitoring
  • Firewall/Security settings

Does your website have bugs?

Does your website have bugs? If so, you’re not alone. Virtually every site has some kind of issue lurking beneath the surface. Front-end bugs can wreak havoc on your user experience, affecting everything from layout to browser compatibility. These are the problems that your users see, and they can be a major turn-off.

On the flip side, back-end bugs are the silent killers. They’re the glitches and issues that you might not even know about until something major happens. These could range from slow database queries to full-on server crashes. While they may not be visible to your users, they can cause just as much damage in terms of lost sales and tarnished reputation.

Then there’s the infrastructure. Even if your front-end and back-end are humming along perfectly, issues like SSL problems or poor server configuration can undermine the whole operation. These foundational issues often require a different skill set to diagnose and fix, making them a tricky area for many web developers.

In a nutshell, website bugs come in all shapes and sizes, and they can hit you where it hurts: your user engagement, your sales, and your reputation. So, it’s essential to identify and squash these bugs as soon as they crop up. How’s that?

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