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Deployment Settings

The Deployment Settings determine how and where the static version of your WordPress site is deployed.

Deployment Method

Staatic supports the following deployment methods out of the box:

Note: if you have a Staatic Cloud subscription, the Staatic Premium plugin on your managed WordPress instance will be preconfigured to deploy to Staatic Cloud.

Local Directory

The Local Directory deployment method allows you to deploy your static site to a directory on the same server hosting your WordPress installation. The chosen directory is usually configured as the webserver’s document root or “public_html” for the static site.

More information on the Local Directory method

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon providing on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, companies, and governments, on a metered pay-as-you-go basis.

The Amazon Web Services deployment method allows you to deploy your static site to Amazon S3, optionally accelerated by Amazon CloudFront.

More information on the Amazon Web Services method

Netlify

Netlify is a web hosting and automation platform that accelerates development productivity. By unifying the modern decoupled web elements from local development processes to advanced logics, Netlify is offering an amazingly faster way to ensure much more performant, scalable, and secure websites and applications.

The Netlify deployment method allows you to deploy your static site to Netlify.

More information on the Netlify method