Going Static When you make the move to serve your website using a static service, such as Hugo, you will experience a few benefits over traditional hosting, namely: Speed Security Price Speed If you’re able to couple your S3 hosting with a Cloud Distribution Network like Amazon’s Cloudfront you can make your websites blazing fast.… Continue reading Why Go Static?
How do you create a secure website using a static site? In this step-by-step guide using screenshots we provide a detailed description of how you can get an S3 site served through AWS Certificate Manager and Cloudfront.
Do you want to create a simple HTML redirect page in Hugo? Here’s three simple steps showing how to do so easily in your Hugo website folder.
How can we safely get the content from our Wordpress site into a YAML format ready for static site distribution? Here’s a PHP script which can easily get the content from your Wordpress database. You will need to be able to access the server your Wordpress is installed on to run the code and download the output files.
Are you considering the move from Wordpress to a Static Site? These are five aspects I discovered once I had already made the move, you may want to consider these 5 things before you make the jump.
If you are looking to move from Wordpress to a Static Site hosting provider there are many cheap options available, and the appeal can be very alluring. However, there is one other aspect you would want to check out first before jumping over.
If you’ve been using Wordpress for over awhile with your blogging web sites, and you think the grass might be greener on the other side, then maybe it’s time to explore other avenues to serve your web pages. In this post you will see 7 reasons why I’ve decided to make the move away from Wordpress into static HTML web site.
If you find your Wordpress website constantly crashing it could be due to memory issues on your server. If that’s the case then you may want to look at using plugins that can help reduce the load on your server having to generate the page each request that comes through. Therefore, look at using a cache plugin, such as WP…
Every Wordpress user will be tempted at least once to move their hosting to static sites. Is it worth the hassle? Are there any benefits? What do I lose when I move over? In this post I briefly explore the popular contenders.