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Type: Privately Held
Industry: Internet
Founded: Europe, 2012
Founder(s): Frederick Schiwek
Ownership: 2018
Headquarters: 14, rue Robert Stümper L-2557 Luxembourg
Country: Luxembourg
Products: Statics Site Platform for WordPress
Employees: 10 (2022)
Website: Flatsite
Blog: Flatsite blog
Facebook: Flatesite
LinkedIn: Flatsite
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png@FLATsite_
Instagram: Flatsite
Key People
Frederick Schiwek, CEO

FLATsite is a platform for creating, securing, and managing static WordPress Websites. FLATsite’s goal is to resolve the issue of managing multiple WordPress sites and reduce the end cost of hosting WP sites by converting sites to lightweight static sites. The best headless WordPress technology is used to power a multipurpose dashboard that allows you to manage dozens, even hundreds, of websites. It is which is ideal for developers, businesses, PBN gurus, and SEO professionals among other users.

FLATsite works to eliminate WordPress vulnerabilities via the stringent security of static WordPress sites. FLATsite is widely used as a solution to build quick and secure WordPress sites on its remote servers, complete with built-in static generation and WordPress Headless Technology. This technology helps to streamline processes, manage and maintain hundreds of static WP sites from one dashboard, and reduce the individual cost of hosting websites.

In general, compared to other CMS websites, WordPress websites are the most frequently compromised. With FLATsite, the live website is detached from the admin dashboard with static or headless WordPress technology, making it impossible to hack. The platform itself is not a WordPress plugin but a comprehensive dashboard that utilizes headless WordPress technology to manage servers, WordPress sites, and hosting.

FLATsite developed two revolutionary static WordPress Plugins, these are the Serverless Forms and the Serverless Search. Both plugins are compatible not just with FLATsite, but also with all static sites.

What FLATsite Provides

With FLATsite, you can manage an infinite number of WordPress sites from a single dashboard while building quick and secure sites on remote servers. It has a secure WP backend connection, which means users can still easily access the WordPress community they love so much. It also means that users can still use plugins, and themes of WordPress. FLATsite has put together a list of tested-themes and plugins that work seamlessly with FLATsite. This list is growing and users can suggest plugins or teams for testing if they are not compatible.[1][2]

As a leader in serverless technology, FLATsite has created plugins for all static sites, including serverless search and serverless forms.

With a state-of-the-art static site WordPress Tool, users can streamline their workflow, quickly manage hundreds of WordPress sites, and reduce their hosting costs. Here are some pros of using this static site platform:

  • Fast load times – Static sites have an edge over dynamic sites when it comes to loading times. They are quick, lightweight, and use fewer HTML queries.
  • Secure servers - Static pages, remote servers, and built-in security eliminate WP vulnerabilities.
  • Reduced Costs - Sites can run on any inexpensive hosting with a small amount of disk space because no database is required.
  • No Upkeep - Automatically update plugins and never miss crucial WordPress updates that expose vulnerable websites.
  • Simple Dashboard - Manage all of your sites from one dashboard and gain secure access to your FLATsite gateway with WordPress built-in.
  • Instant Static Generator - WP static generator with one click and no coding required. Instantaneously launch static websites on a hosting server.

Who is FLATsite for?

  • WP Agencies & Developers
  • Experts for PBN
  • SEO experts
  • Consulting in IT
  • Web developers
  • WP Content Administrators
  • Site editors/bloggers
  • The entire WordPress static site community and more.

Benefits of static WordPress sites

WordPress static sites load really quickly. Because there are fewer calculations and requests being made in the background when a user views a static website, it loads pages significantly faster than dynamic pages do. In addition, since there are fewer PHP instructions and fewer database requests, they can load much more quickly compared to dynamic sites.[3]