Hey everyone - static sites should always be accessible at their glitch.me address 24/7, regardless of whether your hours have been hit. We did have a bug that was resolved yesterday, where if the editor was accessed for a project after the owner’s uptime hours were hit, it caused that site to stop serving temporarily. That shouldn’t be happening any more though - please let us know if you’re still seeing issues with static sites not serving at their glitch.me addresses and we can look into it further.
Secondly, the 1000 uptime hours limit per month is for all your projects in total, so even if you only used a few hours for that static project, you may have other projects that used many more hours, causing you to hit your limit overall. You can archive any projects that you don’t want to count towards your hours via the dashboard. Note that the 1000 hour limit also includes time that you spend actively editing sites - that’s for static and non-static alike (more details in the help centre here). At that point, you won’t be able to edit your projects from the editor - although you can still download your project, or upgrade your account and Boost the project to allow it to be edited. Also worth noting that other users visiting your site via the editor can still remix it to get their own copy.
Hope that helps, please let us know if any of this is still unclear and we’ll make sure to update the support docs!