The best website is one that is easy to maintain. Do you spend too much time maintaining your website? Maybe you have the wrong system or your system can be set up more user friendly.
For the reliability of a website it is important to keep it up to date, both in terms of software and content.
Is your website user-friendly for administrators? Can you easily find everything? Or do you have too many choices when it comes to management?
A good Content Management System (CMS) can be customised for administrators:
Can you easily create or change articles on your website? A good CMS provides an editor with which you can easily add articles and upload images.
Can several people work on the website at the same time? Does your CMS support the creation of user groups that have certain rights to parts of your website. This way, you can keep track of your website with multiple people at the same time.
A good website is dynamic. If your page URLs change, external links to those pages may no longer work properly. Regularly check the "404 errors" (= http status code for a non-existent link) to see which links are incorrect. A good CMS has an option to redirect incorrect links to other working pages.
Do you have a dynamic website? A dynamic website works on CMS software. Software needs maintenance and you need to keep it up to date. Make sure your website is secure:
A CMS runs on a web server with a PHP + SQL database. Make sure that the software is up-to-date. Usually this is done by a hosting company. But keep an eye on it yourself.