Here’s the deal:
I’m the website administrator for a college club. This club’s website is hosted by my college on their servers. Unfortunately the servers only support flat HTML serving and nothing more. As a club we are _required_ to host our website on these servers and are forbidden to get hosting on any other school server.
Our current website with flat HTML pages is rather boring and hard to extend. A WP installation would be ideal but unfortunately php and mysql aren’t an option.
My question is this: can we do a local WP installation (say on someone’s home computer) – add all our desired content – and then take some sort of “snapshot” of the entire site as flat HTML and use that? Simply upload all the generated pages to our server?
Ideally this solution would involve a simple WP plugin or something that was equally easy to use. I personally have a somewhat decent technology background but I’m concerned that future club member’s (whose job updating the site may become one day) won’t be.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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