Pelican

Pelican

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Open Source

About Pelican

A static site generator, written in Python, that requires no database or server-side logic

Additional details about Pelican

Pelican Pricing $0 Customer Type
  • Individuals
  • Small Business
  • Medium Business
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Pros of Pelican

Uses a versatile
powerful and easy to use templating engine
Open source
Active community
Content can be written in multiple formats
Code syntax highlighting
Multilingual
Import your existing blog from many sources
Support for unique templates per page
Customisable Themes and support for Plugins
Quite fast even for sites with thousands of posts

Cons of Pelican

A little bit slower than some of its competitors