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Partially headless setup means you have some portion of your website on a traditional setup and the remaining on a headless CMS. This setup is useful in cases when migrating from a conventional CMS to a headless CMS.

The partially headless architecture diagram shows how one content section, such as blog, is migrated to a headless CMS, whereas the rest of the digital properties remain on a traditional setup.

A simple site is a website that has a few pages and limited third-party integration. An example of a simple website could be a marketing site of an enterprise, which uses basic integration services such as website search, site analytics, and so on.

If the sole purpose of your website is to serve content, and is likely to deliver the same content to all users, you must go for a static website. Dynamic or simple website architecture, on the other hand, integrates well with other apps, helps you do more with content (such as deliver personalized content, etc.) and enables user interaction.

Yes. In such a case, it is recommended to use the complex website architecture as it offers the required flexibility and agility to add more services.

So initially, if your website is simple but gradually develops to become complex, use the complex website architecture for effective scaling.

The dynamic website architecture provides better flexibility and agility. You can add more services as required, without impacting or changing any other components, enabling quick scaling.

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