Never worry about WordPress hacks again.
Create a static site that’s hack-proof and lightning fast with Simply Static.
Create a static site with the click of a button
When it’s done, it bundles your static files into a ZIP file or transfers them to a new directory on your web server. You can then use those static files to serve a public-facing site while keeping WordPress hidden away somewhere safe.
Automatic URL replacement
Any time Simply Static encounters your WordPress URL it will replace it with a URL of your choice. You can choose to use absolute URLs —
www.example.com/hello — relative URLs —
/hello — or offline URLs so that you can browse your static site without an internet connection.
Specify additional URLs or files to include (or exclude)
And if there are parts of your site that you want Simply Static to ignore, you can specify URLs (or URL patterns) to exclude from processing.
Simply Static does not make any changes to your WordPress installation. Try using it to generate a static site. If you like it, keep it! And if it ends up not meeting your needs, uninstall it without fear. (But we’d love to hear how we can improve! Drop us a line anytime.)
“Thank you for a clean plugin that is easy to use and super fast. I needed to move my wordpress site off a hosting server temporary. And this was the best option. This plugin is definitely in my top five plugin to have in my toolbox.”
“I work at a security minded company, that wants to use the convenience of WordPress for content management. We have a wordpress staging site on our corporate intranet, and use this plugin to generate a static version, which we place on our production server. Wonderful stuff!”
“So I have tried several static generator plugins and this is the best in my opinion. Not only does it ‘just work’ but Simply Static is kept to date.”
“Scott deserves many accolades for Simply Static! The plugin he’s concocted and continually improved upon worked for me today beautifully and without a hitch.”
“It worked well for me. It did a better job of matching my permalink structure than my attempts with wget.”