I got a download on a really old site with only about 20 posts and 3 pages. On a larger site (300 posts) it spun and spun and just ended with a blank screen.
I'm going to try the OS X Site Sucker app instead.
Use at your own risk. Had to contact my web hosting company to nuke my account to get things working again. Couldn't even restore backups to fix an inaccessible frontend and backend after using this on a multisite installation.
Gave this a version bump and ensured compatible with latest version.
Plugin is amazing, works well even after not being maintained for few years.
Only issue is the outputzip file, has all the way folder structure from Public_html/wpfolder/wp-contents/plugins/pluginname/htmlfiles.
If that can be simplified it will be easier to use.
The key to it is to hit the link:
goto the 1-2-3 quicksetup again
accessible via the wordpress plugins tab.
there was no again for me. I then chose the non destructive route.
great tool to run a wordpress site on your raspberry pi - and have a sound loading time.
It takes a minute to generate all html files, but the loading time, compared to the original wordpress site is just great.
Google page speed up to 92 from 75.
to disable users to load the wordpress index.php instead of the static index.html, i just changed the loading direction in the loghttpd server config:
sudo nano /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
index-file.names = ( "index.html", "index.php", "index.lighttpd.html$
Generated HTML copy of my site in zip.
I'm using wordpress on xampp (localhost). It exports all the pages but all the links in the new pages still direct to the localhost/ path. I'm gonna manually change those. Otherwise, works good.
When I generate the static site, no pages beyond the theme and index seem to get created.
For the most part, this plugin is on the right track. This is definitely something WP has needed for a while. My only gripe: it does not do relative paths. Why leave out such flexibility?
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