I should add that the issue of 'externalising' images to reduce the page 
size is a separate, but related issue, and there are pretty good solutions 
for managing that too.

On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 8:48:54 AM UTC+10, RichardWilliamSmith 
> Hi Herb,
> Tiddlywiki can be used to generate a static website where each page is in 
> its own file. This is advantageous for the reasons you state and several 
> others. There are basic instructions available 
> http://tiddlywiki.com/static/Generating%2520Static%2520Sites%2520with%2520TiddlyWiki.html
> but I am in the middle of preparing a more detailed tutorial so, if you're 
> interested, watch this space.
> Regards,
> Richard
> On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 1:42:10 AM UTC+10, Herb Nazhe wrote:
>> As an addition to my previous post: when I said "the creation of multiple 
>> files" what I had in mind was the possibility of breaking down the 
>> TiddlyWiki file into several inter-related sub-files, each one for a major 
>> section of the blog (in case the blog has a very articulated and complex 
>> structure). This is, again, in the interest of keeping the size of the 
>> files smaller, because they have to be downloaded over the internet. 
>> Naturally, the interaction and coordination between the different files 
>> containing the blog sections should be managed automatically by the main 
>> TiddlyWiki file, without the end-user having to worry at all about this.
>> Cheers.

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