There are two main parts of website building. The first one revolves around creating the content, and the second is all about using the preferred Content Management System (CMS). The CMS unifies your content with the chosen templates and themes. The result is the website, which the readers can see, read and go through.

This is where a static site generator (SSG) is required. It takes all of the source files and creates a completely static website out of them. Originally, creating, maintaining, and updating websites were done individually by hand. Over time, though, a system has been developed, which lets a website creator use certain code sections repeatedly and easily.