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    It is quick to develop.
    It is cheaper to develop.
    It is easier to host.
    It is ideal for small websites.
    It is easier for search engines to index.
    It is faster to transfer on slow connections.

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes. That means no need to update CMS software or underlying server software—and faster, easier backups. You can also put your website on just about any hosting platform.

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes. That means no need to update CMS software or underlying server software—and faster, easier backups. You can also put your website on just about any hosting platform

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes.

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes. That means no need to update CMS software or underlying server software—and faster, easier backups. You can also put your website on just about any hosting platform.

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    Static sites give a lot of the same type of information that you could get from a brochure, but it can't just change itself. In order to do this, someone has to create a new page. That's why static websites are sometimes referred to as brochure sites. Nothing is stored but the actual pages of a static site.

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    Jekyll sites are basically static sites with an extra templating language called Liquid so it's a small step to learn if you already know HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We can actually start with a static site and then introduce Jekyll functionality as it's needed.

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes. That means no need to update CMS software or underlying server software—and faster, easier backups. You can also put your website on just about any hosting platform.

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    A static website, freed from a content management system and database, is much less prone to hacks and security holes.

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    Benefits of static website
    1.Time saving
    2.Cost-efficient
    3.Easy maintenance
    4.Ease of functionality control
    5.Browser compatibility and easy navigation
    6.Static sites are secure

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    Benefits of statics website it is cheaper to develop.

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