Static Website Webring
With that said, static sites can offer a myriad of benefits:
- You can keep all of your content on a file system instead of in a database.
- Your site will likely perform quicker than it would if every web page had to be rendered by a back-end server.
- Static sites make you think differently about how to publish content on the web.
- And more...
This webring will automatically create a link between your site and two others on our webring. Whenever someone clicks on the webring on your site, they will see new sites to explore.
The goal of this webring is to help share what is possible with static websites. We are doing this by creating a way for you to link to other static websites using webrings.
How do I join?
Joining the Static Website webring is easy. To join, please send an email to email@example.com with the following pieces of information:
- Your name
- Your domain name
- The name of the static site generator you use
- A link to the static site generator you use (optional)
To join, you must build your site using a static site generator. Your generator can be custom-made or built by someone else. Examples of generators include Jekyll, Hugo, and Eleventy.
After you have been accepted, paste the following code into the footer of your website:
<a href="https://static-site-webring.jamesg.blog/previous">Previous</a> Static Site Webring <a href="https://static-site-webring.jamesg.blog/next">Next</a>
How does it work?
All members paste two links at the bottom of their website: a forward and backward arrow. When clicked, these links will take you to the next and previous links in the webring, respectively.
You can leave the webring at any time by removing the webring links from your site.
The list of webring members is provided on the right-hand side of this web page.
The source code for this webring is available on GitHub.