I’m a fan of keeping things simple and efficient whenever I’m developing a website. Pulse CMS is just such an option. It’s a flat-file CMS that you can connect to your HTML template to give it a complete content management backend. Then you can host your site on any server running PHP and Apache.
As an aside, you may recall how I’ve written about the Blocs web design app on here. It’s a nifty little Mac app that’s great for building websites in a WYSIWYG fashion. Just today, Blocs announced its upcoming 2.2 release will have Pulse CMS integration included:
— Blocs app (@blocsapp) August 16, 2016