Webgen creates websites with linked menus, common stylesheets and template and page files which work as site wide models. It does this automatically using perl scripting.
create a new site:
cd into directory that will hold new site.
webgen create -t default -s andreas08 mysite
on a default installation you choose between three templates -t and several styles applied to those templates -s
when created cd into your new website top level folder (eg mysite) and run command ‘webgen’ to create the static html content. The html created resides in a subfolder called ‘output’. Run same command each time any changes are made. Content of the output folder is what needs ftp’ing to your webserver. Seeemples.