wheel - 1:52 pm on Jul 29, 2010 (gmt 0)
You can't tell externally if it's html or a cms program.
I've not used those programs, so I expect they somehow scrape your entire site, creating flat html pages. If you did that, you would have to redo it after every update using the cms. So you wouldn't do this at all unless you get hammered with traffic is all. I didn't mean it as a suggestiong to do, merely something to look at if you're concerned about getting hammered with traffic. If you do, you've got that in the background ready to go for a day or two while your traffic spikes.