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Improved QA checklist for Wordpress

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Last week, we shipped improvements to our QA checklist for Webflow developers, designers and agencies.

Today, we're glad to announce that we have launched the Improved Checklist for WordPress!

Preview of the new Wordpress section in Koalati's checklist, with tasks such as: "A well-rounded security plugin is installed and activated.", "A code minification plugin is installed and activated.", "A caching plugin is installed and activated.", "File editing via the admin area is disabled.", "Wordpress database tables have a random or custom prefix.", and more.
Preview of the new "WordPress" section in the quality control checklist.

Starting today, Koalati will automatically detect if it your project is built on WordPress.

If it is, a whole new section of Wordpress-specific improvements be added to your checklist. We all know WordPress has gathered a bit of a bad rap over time, but this will allow WordPress developers to ship high-quality sites that makes other developers say "holy moly! that's built on WordPress??".

Enhancements to our pre-launch checklist

But that's not all!

In addition to the new WordPress section, the rest of the checklist will also be updated to include WordPress-specific articles and resources!

This will help you complete tasks faster by providing references to guides and articles from well established WordPress community members on a variety of subjects like accessibility, security, backups, URLs, redirections, SEO, and much more!

We hope this makes the QA checklist even more valuable for developers, designers and agencies who use WordPress to build their websites.


Koalati's QA checklist has been updated to:

  • detects if your website is built with WordPress;
  • adds WordPress-specific steps to improve your website;
  • enhances the regular checklist with WordPress-specific resources to help you in the QA process.
We publish these website audits not to shame the teams behind the sites, but to educate creators on how to audit and improve the websites they build.
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