@jnm I want to host it as static HTML pages, in other words, basically as a public archive of how the site was—but stop *re-rendering* it all the time and stop worrying about WordPress vulnerabilities, or updates breaking things.
@joanna It doesn’t really create any static files. (That’s one of the things I hate about WordPress.) I _should_ go looking and see if I can find a cache-building tool for it that would have that effect, though.
@jnm Terribly, as it turns out. That’s exactly what I have as an archive/backup from the first time I tried this (and for my old Blogger site, too, which I want to have in the same way). It does it, but it copies the resources (CSS, etc.) every time.
@cgiffard Mostly just that I switched to a static site generator 18 months ago, but want to keep the version I had around for historical purposes—but without the overhead of running a WordPress instance, keeping it updated, etc.