WordPress (Dynamic Web Design) vs Static Web Design (pre-built pages)

Different Types of Website Design

There are many ways to create a website, but they all come down to two fundamental types – Static and Dynamic websites. Each type of website serves a specific purpose.

What is a Static (Pre-Rendered) Website?

Why I prefer a static website instead of a dynamic website

With a static site, it’s inherently reliable, fast and secure. They’re more efficient than their server-rendered counterparts since they can be purely served off a CDN. You get less bandwidth costs and immense scalability with static. I personally love creating a static website for a client. There is no admin area to exploit into. There is no database to pwn, there is no login page to brute force.

What is a Dynamic Website? - JunTechPC

This, to me, is a huge relief and a problem I’m very happy not to have to deal with. If your website doesn’t change that often and all the features you need can be implemented with a Static Site, I would most certainly opt for this. The tools in recent years have helped alleviate most of pain points of the past allowing us to enjoy the many advantages today.

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WordPress is a necessary evil for some industries, but almost never useful for small businesses. I have so many issues with WordPress endless updating and risk of incompatibility. In the end, I’ll be honest with you WordPress sucks I hate it with a passion. Anyone else feels the same or am I tripping please let me know.


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