Sitesauce instantly converts your WordPress website into a static site, and keeps your content in sync.
Enjoy all the benefits static sites provide while keeping the ease of editing WordPress gives you.
Sitesauce hosts your static sites on Vercel (formerly ZEIT), offering unlimited bandwidth and their world-class CDN for no additional cost.
Blazing-fast load times
Executing expensive operations on build and serving your sites through Vercel's world-class CDN results in semi-instantaneous page loads.
With guaranteed zero-downtime and edge regions around the world, a thousand concurrent visits load as fast as a single one.
Without access to your WordPress site, there's no way for anyone to steal sensitive data or deface your website.
New changes made on your content will automatically trigger new builds and be reflected on the static site.
Built for teams
Forget about password sharing! Your sites can be shared with your whole team for no additional cost.
It took us less than a minute to launch a static version of our WordPress website. Everything just worked as you'd expect it to!
Peter Suhm, Founder of Branch
Create a site
You give us a link to your website. It's that simple.
We deploy your site
We trigger the first deployment, which generates your static site and deploys it to Vercel.
We keep your content updated
When your content changes we trigger a new deployment, which updates your static site.
Learn everything Sitesauce has to offer in this short introductory video.
No surprises or hidden fees, ever.
The Team subscription grants your entire team unlimited access to Sitesauce. You can add as many sites and deploy as many times as you want, with no cap on bandwidth or visits.
Deploy your sites to Vercel (formerly ZEIT)
Official WordPress plugin
A single payment for your entire team
Does Sitesauce replace regular hosting?
Can I run Sitesauce from my development or staging environment?
Do I need to expose my backend to the internet to use Sitesauce?
While it's recommended to keep your WordPress instance running somewhere (like a subdomain), as it allows you to continue using your dashboard regularly, you can deploy locally-running sites to Sitesauce using our CLI!
This means you could have your blog on your computer, run it locally to edit some content then push it to production via Sitesauce without needing to pay for servers!
How does Sitesauce detect when my content changes?
Sitesauce provides an official WordPress plugin that automatically detects when your content changes and lets us know. Setting it up is as easy as searching for it on the WordPress plugin directory, clicking install and pasting a URL from your Sitesauce dashboard.
We also allow you to define periodical deployments, which tell us to automatically deploy your site every day, hour or minute.
How is using Sitesauce better than building a static site from scratch?
How is using Sitesauce better than using a Headless CMS?
If you have an existing website, migrating your theme, plugins and content can be a hard task. You'd also lose the simplicity of having an admin panel and allowing multiple users to work on your content together.
Part of this problem could be solved by having your static site pull data from WordPress on build, but this brings up other problems, like having to manage two different codebases for a single website, migrating your themes over or needing to deploy to preview your content.
Sitesauce takes care of all this for you. After signing up and entering a URL, we'll generate a production-ready static version of your website and deploy it. You keep your dashboard and remove unnecesary complexity.
Will my contact forms work on my static site?
Will comment sections work work on my static site?
Will parts of the site that fetch data from the backend work on my static site?
Sitesauce recommends the use of JAMstack-friendly alternatives to these services. For example, you could move your contact forms to StaticKit or your comments to Commento.
However, there are times where the only option is to rely on your backend. For this, you can configure Sitesauce to proxy certain endpoints over to WordPress. You can also use this if you need to fetch some data from your backend via AJAX.
Is Sitesauce production-ready?
Are any sites currently using Sitesauce on production?
Who built Sitesauce?
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