You will find that most of the websites in current operation today run on a Linux, Apache originally designed as a content serving system it has matured to interact with Mysql and Php and this is where the trouble begins both for speed and security.
Unfortunately, most websites require a complex stack to implement and as such are prone to sluggish behaviour and security attacks.
So what are the disadvantages of traditional website construction from a speed perspective?.
A Standard CMS or Dynamic Website is a piece of software that creates all your pages on the fly as they are requested.
Every request runs through a process of many steps before any content is sent back to the requesting user a workflow which is very slow.
Static content is published to regular files on your server and handled using the simplest methods available to the web server. The advantages of static content are:
Is to implement both We have the convenience of building your site on a CMS with all the speed benefits of construction this brings.
But that’s where the similarity ends as we deploy your site as static files ready and waiting to be immediately sent to your requesting clients without out the overhead of a database or code execution this is as fast as it gets.