You want a website that is optimized for you and that is displayed optimally on all devices (PC and mobile phone)?
A separate website is your start in the WWW.
With a static website, the content changes very rarely, if at all.
When is a static website optimal for me?
- The content of the website changes very rarely, if at all.
- You do not want to worry about the content yourself
- You want to keep your running costs low
- If you want to edit content on the go without internet connection.
- very fast load times - where other systems need extra plugins scores a static website
- Cheap Hosting - unlike other systems, a static page does not require languages like PHP or Perl, nor does it need a database in the background.
- No maintenance of the system needed, just put the page down and forget it.
- large selection of ready-made modern templates
- not hackable, the website consists only of HTML, JS and CSS
- Maintaining content only through me, unless you are technically affine
- no server-side dynamic content
On a dynamic content, the contents change very often. The best known example of this is a separate blog.
To manage the dynamic content, a background management system with associated database is used.
The best known systems are:
I am happy to advise you on a dynamic website.
- Fast load time through upstream cache systems or plugins
- fast, intuitive content maintenance
- many ready-made plugins for almost any conceivable application, for example:
- booking systems
- It has to be maintained like any other software and regularly updated.