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Bookmarked https://css-tricks.com/wordpress-and-jamstack/. Yeah, except that, technically, you don’t. …

Bookmarked https://css-tricks.com/wordpress-and-jamstack/.

Yeah, except that, technically, you don’t. (Also, most cheap shared hosting is going to support both WordPress, and, obviously, static HTML—JAMstack, if you must.)

You need LAMP hosting to run WordPress.

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  1. Jan Boddez on

    Which is why it makes zero sense to compare page load times for static HTML and cached WordPress pages.

    Caching WordPress means [serving static HTML and static assets] from a global CDN, which is essentially what JAMstack is[.]

    Via jan.boddez.net, in reply to Bookmarked https://css-tricks.com/wordpress-and-jamstack/. Yeah, except that, technically, you don’t. ….