Under the Hood of Kinsta’s Free Static Site Hosting

When the “World Wide Web” was first revealed to the public in 1991, all websites were collections of static HTML documents — each file containing the markup required to render a complete page in a web browser. Almost immediately, the web’s pioneering developers got to work on ways to generate websites dynamically, assembled by code running on web servers and extracting content from database systems.

This post was originally published on Kinsta by Steve Bonisteel.

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