Blog by Corentin


A few days ago I wanted to archive a blog I was running with some friends years ago that didn’t move since then. If in practice the task seems simple (extract content as static and host it somewhere), I struggled to find the right tools to do it. Hopefully, here is an article that will save you time doing the same thing :) Archive the website locally I tested a couple of services to do so and I finally stumbled upon Cyotek WebCopy , it’s a super cool free tool that you can use to save a website locally.

Netlify is an awesome service that lets you do continuous integration using git. Each time you push commits, the service gets the changes and rebuild your website. The main issue is that it does not support PHP files, that’s why i decided to work on a process to convert PHP website into a static website. Convert PHP files with a few lines The following code will help you convert your .