What is and isn’t compatible with Strattic?
Below is a list of common functionalities that we do or do not yet currently support
We don’t yet support WooCommerce functionality. Please feel free to check out our static tools directory to see lots of alternative solutions that would work on a static site such as Ecwid and Snipcart. You can also use solutions like Shopify.
We don’t yet support membership login functionality. Please feel free to check out our static tools directory to see alternative solutions that would work on a static site.
We support Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms. We also support a range of form options in our static tools directory. Support for additional WordPress forms like Elementor Forms and WPForms coming soon!
Currently, native WordPress comments are not supported.
However, Disqus, FB comments and other third-party comments are supported. Please feel free to check out our static tools directory to see lots of alternative solutions that would work on a static site.
Not supported yet.
We support several third-party forum solutions such as Discourse that are listed in our static tools directory. We do not yet support WordPress forum plugins such as BuddyPress or bbPress.
We automatically replace the limited WordPress search with a custom Algolia solution. Advanced Search with filters that rely on query parameters is not supported yet.
Ajax Get requests
Strattic does not support Ajax Get requests.
Strattic does not support query parameters
We support most third party services like Salesforce, Hubspot, ZenDesk, Intercom, Mailchimp and more. Please feel free to check out our static tools directory to see lots of static-friendly options!
Caching plugins are not needed on the Strattic platform. Best practice is to disable any caching functionality. Learn more.
Security plugins are not needed on Strattic. Best practice is to disable them so that they are not using server resources and putting an unneeded load on your site. Learn more.
Image Optimization Plugins
Yes! Images should be optimized to the smallest possible size using a tool like https://tinypng.com or WordPress plugins such as Imagify or Smushit. This can have a very significant impact on load time.
Minification (HTML, CSS, JS)
Yes! HTML, CSS, and JS should be minified to improve site performance. This can be done using plugins such as Autoptimize and we’ll be releasing our own minification tool soon.
SEO plugins like Yoast SEO are supported.
Currently, we offer support for the Redirection plugin.
Themes/Frameworks/Page Builders (Elementor, Divi, Beaver Builder, Visual Composer, etc)
Yes! We support the majority of the functionality in these themes/frameworks. The only modules we don’t support are ones that use Ajax or query parameters.
Suggest a feature
Wish more features were supported? Feel free to suggest a feature here. Thanks!