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Is it Possible to Build a Static WordPress Website?

Posted by Torque Mag on August 9, 2022 at 12:37 pm
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Are you looking to simplify your WordPress website? Perhaps you’re finding your dynamic website too slow, or maybe you’ve realized there’s a lot of the back end you don’t need. To resolve those issues, you can generate a static version of your website. This can help boost its performance and security. Although we wouldn’t recommend static sites for every use case, they can be a great option for small websites that don’t need updating often.  In this post, we’ll start by discussing the differences between static and dynamic websites. Then we’ll show you three ways to build a static WordPress website. Let’s get to it!  An Introduction to Dynamic vs Static Websites First, we’ll take a look at the key differences between dynamic and static websites. Dynamic Websites Dynamic websites present different content to different visitors, making them more customized to users’ real time needs. What’s displayed can be dependent on a user’s location, their settings and preferences, or actions they’ve taken on your site. Either way, it results in a more tailored, personalized User Experience (UX). For example, an eCommerce store can suggest products to customers, based on previous purchases: Rather than simply storing and displaying HTML files (the…

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