You are here: Administrators Reference > Site Administration > Static Content Generation > Best Practices > Designing a Site for Static

 

Designing a Site for Static

Designing or retrofitting a site to support static content generation may require trade-offs. You need to weigh the benefits of serving static content over the benefits of having personalized or secured access. To the extent possible, based on your business needs, it’s best to avoid displaying user data, login/logout buttons, or time of day on every page. If any of these are requirements, consider using cookies and JavaScript to render these UI elements.

 

Related Links


You can download PDF versions of the Content Contributor's, Administrator's, and Elements Reference documents from the support section of paperthin.com (requires login).


For technical support:

http://www.paperthin.com/support/