To be fair its a pretty easy deduction:
- Does your website require a backend?
- If yes then your website cant be used on IPFS, except website assets, static content, etc…
The website requiring a backend means that you need to have your website be able to access the credentials to communicate with this backend. If you want to have your website with a backend fully accessible on IPFS, it means you need to store your secrets within the data on IPFS, which is a pretty terrible thing to do because it means anyone who has access to this data can get the secrets and also talk to your backend.
If your website requires a backend, you can store static content, images, and other assets on IPFS and pull those into the website. But by and large any website requiring a backend will not work on IPFS.
Most companies, even blockchain companies, don’t want figure out how to build IPFS versions of their apps, but are willing to pay for it.
Well that’s what fleek does already. I think the answer you’re looking for is how can unstoppable do this as opposed to using existing services.