The process of building a website has two parts: you provide the content, and then your CMS — WordPress, or whatever you choose to use — takes that content, combines it with your chosen theme and your chosen templates, and makes a website from it for your customers or your readers to read.

But those two parts don’t have to be done together: they can be separated from one another, and that’s what a static site generator (SSG) does.

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