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Wordpress and Static content [closed]

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Can I serve static (.html) content from the same directory as a wordpress install. Where the static content is to replace some of the existing content in wordpress. We only want to remain using wordpress for maybe 2 sections of our site. We have otherwise created static pages for everything else.

I am thinking we can do some htaccess magic to get done what is ultimately desired. Which is replacing example.com/index.php (the "home") with index.html for example, while leaving the rest of the blogcentric views open to using index.php

is this possible or am I wrong in assuming I can lay over wordpress in this fashion?
<p>Can I serve static (.html) content from the same directory as a wordpress install. Where the static content is to replace some of the existing content in wordpress. We only want to remain using wordpress for maybe 2 sections of our site. We have otherwise created static pages for everything else. </p>

<p>I am thinking we can do some htaccess magic to get done what is ultimately desired. Which is replacing example.com/index.php (the "home") with index.html for example, while leaving the rest of the blogcentric views open to using index.php</p>

<p>is this possible or am I wrong in assuming I can lay over wordpress in this fashion?</p>
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