Statiq Guide

Learn about all the functionality of Statiq Framework, Statiq Web, and Statiq Docs.

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Statiq is highly configurable and everything from pipelines and modules to metadata (known as settings when used globally) can be easily customized to your needs.

Pipelines and Modules

Pipelines and modules are the building blocks of a Statiq application. A generator defines pipelines that contain modules, and together they operate on documents to turn input into the final product.

Documents And Metadata

Documents are the primary unit of information in Statiq and are a combination of content and metadata.

Content And Data

Document content is often read from files, though it can also come from a database, a web service, or any other source and there are a variety of modules and other ways of working with content.

Statiq Web W D

Statiq Web is a powerful static web site generation toolkit suitable for most use cases. It's built on top of Statiq Framework so you can always extend or customize it beyond those base capabilities as well. This section of the guide describes features exclusive to Statiq Web. This functionality is also available in Statiq Docs since that's build on top of Statiq Web.

Statiq Docs D

Statiq Docs builds on Statiq Web by adding support for .NET API documentation and other functionality that's important for documentation web sites. This section of the guide describes features exclusive to Statiq Docs.

Themes W D

Themes are a feature of Statiq Web and Statiq Docs that allow you to apply general content, data, layouts, and settings to your own site or to create a packaged set of layouts and assets for others to use.

Running Your Application

Once you’ve created your content, you can run your Statiq application.

Deployment W D

Statiq Web has built-in support for deployment to a variety of services.

Statiq Web Examples W D

Examples demonstrating various aspects of Statiq Web.