Welcome to the Generators1 Archives – a collection of past and present static site generators.
Static site generators (often abbreviated as SSGs) are tools used to create websites without having to write code from scratch. Instead, you can use the generator’s templates and functions to create a functioning website in HTML.
There are many different types of static site generators to choose from – each with its own set of features and advantages.
For example, one option is the HTML Code Generator, which enables users to create a basic web page with just a few clicks. This generator has a wide range of values for users to select from, and the HTML code is automatically generated to fit the user’s selections.
Another generator is Routify – a simple, lightweight and magic-free static site/blog generator tailored for Python coders. It uses HTML templates and is available under the MIT license.
Before choosing a generator, it is important to know the pros and cons of each one. Some generators may be better suited for certain types of projects than others. It’s also important to keep in mind that the process of creating a website with a static site generator can be time consuming.
If you’d like to learn more about static site generators, there are many resources available online to help you make the right choice. The top open source static site generators listed on the Jamstack website are a great starting point. You can also find helpful tips and tricks for working with static site generators on the GoMakeThings website.
We hope you find this collection of static site generators helpful!