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Web framework for static pages

On 13/08/19 10:01 AM, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
> On 12.08.2019 18:13, Brian Oney wrote:
>> On August 12, 2019 9:14:55 AM GMT+02:00, morphex <morphex at gmail.com> 
>> wrote:
>>> Hi.
>>> What frameworks are there for generating static web pages in Python?
>> I have used:
>> https://github.com/Frozen-Flask/Frozen-Flask
>> It's pretty simple. Develop with flask and then "freeze" it.
>> I am looking forward to further answers.
> OK, so now I know Flask can freeze applications. With Zope and Plone, I 
> have a lot of what I need in terms of web application development.
> What I guess I'm looking for, is something that will help create a 
> static website, in a simple and efficient manner.? Without being bloated.

Which have you examined and rejected/like?

> I don't have a lot of hair on my head, but I would be pulling it out 
> because of some of the websites I see today, their heavy-handed use of 
> different Javascript frameworks etc.


> How would I go about creating a simple website with a front page, an 
> about page, a product page and a contact page?? Without any server-side 
> handling of data, so it could be entirely served by for example Apache.

There are a thousand and one web-sites and training courses which 
discuss these topics!

> And with it having well-formed XHTML, proper CSS, little Javascript, 
> scaling to different screen and web browsers (wow, it's been so long I 
> forgot it was called responsive design) and so on, being a nice little 
> package.

Don't even think about XHTML. HTML5!

Yes, "responsive".

As said, there's plenty 'out there'. Today's InBox included reference to 
Static site generator that supports Markdown and reST syntax. Powered by 

It seems they make good use of a number of Python features, which will 
presumably reduce learning-time for Pythonista!
Regards =dn