Thanks a lot for sharing it here with us. Well, in my opinion, if you have basic knowledge of CSS, HTML and JS, then you can also create a static website for yourself.
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Well, in my opinion, if you have basic knowledge of CSS, HTML and JS, then you can also create a static website for yourself.
However, they still need the technical knowledge (and to be familiar with website development) to write the content, it can be unwieldy and time-consuming, and as their site grows, it can become harder to manage and maintain. So here they will probably want tools like static site generators (Jekyll is one of them) as alternative tool(s) which offer a more efficient option to build their static site(s).
Static sites generators (SSGs) often include various tools that make it easier to create, style, publish, and edit your content as needed, and have some key benefits (such as: Templating, Automation, Version control via Git and Incremental Builds).