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Internet: Page: Dynamic/Static: What is the difference between a static and a dynamic web page?

Jun 23rd, 2008 12:33
gaurav sabharwal, Jagan Nath, Tania Glover, Knud van Eeden, Designer Mike, http://www.itchimes.com


Static web page as the name suggests is fixed and never changes. In 
order to make changes on the static page one will have to recode using 
language such as HTML/ XHTML.
Dynamic pages on the other hand can be changes as and when are 
required to do so. Most Dynamic Web pages are backed by CMS or Content 
Management Systems which allow a user to make changes easily without 
little or no knowledge of coding.
As the web is progressing many websites being constructed are being 
done dynamic as they offer more interactivity with the user and allow 
to update content on regular basis.
Gaurav Sabharwal
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