Cost to Create a Bug Tracking Website with WordPress – FaultPress

by Elaine on February 25, 2012

Ticket Tracking WebsiteFaultPress by WooThemes

You can easily create your own Ticket Tracking website with Wordpress for less than $200.  Using Wordpress is the easiest way to get your website started and does not require any HTML or programming knowledge.  You simply install Wordpress, upload Wordpress Theme and Activate it.  You will have your website up in a few hours.  FaultPress is packed full of features necessary for a Bug Tracking System.  You can manage tickets, create milestones, manage multiple projects, email notifications and more.  Click here for more details about FaultPress.

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FaultPress - Ticket Tracking Wordpress Theme

Features of Wordpress Theme FaultPress

  • Manage tickets
  • Responsive Layout – suitable to view on iPad, iphones, tablets, smartphones
  • Multiple contributors
  • Create milestones
  • Manage multiple projects
  • Email notifications
  • See Milestone Tracker with stats and Progress bar
  • Backend Theme options
  • Auto-Resizing thumbnails
  • View recent Attachments
  • View ticket stats – unresolved tickets, milestones completed
  • Localized for translations

Click here for more details about FaultPress

Click here to demo FaultPress

Click here to download FaultPress

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Cost to Create Ticket Tracking Website with FaultPress

1.  $56 for Webhosting.  You will need a domain name to create a website.  That’s why I recommend  With you get a free domain name, unlimited emails, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited MySQL databases and more.  Right now Fatcow has a 40% off sale, I would take advantage of this now.  Click here for more details about

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FaultPress Responsive Layout - Suitable for Ipad, Tablets, PC's

2.  $0 for WordPress.  Wordpress is completely free and open source.  With Fatcow there is free one click installs as well.  When you use the one click installs, you will have WordPress installed in minutes.  This service is totally free from Fatcow.

3.  $100 for WordPress Theme.  This is a one time fee to purchase the Faultpress WordPress theme.  There are no subscription fees, membership fees or hidden fees.  Once you purchase the theme it totally belongs to you.   Additionally, once you purchase your theme from WooThemes, they provide you with:

  • Unlimited access to theme documentation
  • Access to theme tutorials
  • Access to theme support forums
  • Access to theme updates
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FaultPress WordPress Theme Milestone Progress Bar

4.  -$150 in Advertising Credits.  Fatcow understands it’s difficult to get your Website visible and helps you with advertising your website on respective search engines and social networking platforms.  This includes $75 in Google Adword credits, $50 in Facebook Ad credits and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Adcenter credits.

In Total to create your Ticket Tracking Website with FaultPress WordPress Theme, it will be:

  • Total cost = Webhosting + WordPress + WordPress Theme = $156

But if you include the free advertising credits you get from, your initial startup cost will be:

  • Startup cost = Total Cost + Advertising Credits = $6
Overall I think this is a great way to create your own Bug Tracking Website.  Your startup cost is only $6!  FaultPress is packed full of features, I like that you can create many different projects with different milestones.  You can easily monitor each milestone, tickets open and easily assign tickets from one person to another.

Click here to demo FaultPress

Click here to download FaultPress

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Elaine is the founder of CmsMind, an online blog providing Joomla and WordPress tutorials. Elaine lives in Toronto and when she is not online, she is either Marathon and Triathlon training or travelling and racing somewhere in the world. Find her also at: Save Money, Premium Themes and Templates, and at Webhosting Tips.

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