As a finish user you most likely don’t value the difference between dynamic and static sites but as a little business owner, company, or creative person, understanding the difference is the first critical step in establishing your web presence. Okay, for the more inquisitively minded now, I’ll explain the fundamental differences between the two. First, let me indulge my geek tendencies and present the more technological explanation for ultimate clarity on this issue. Static web pages and websites contain fixed specific documents that are made of text message and code in the form of markup.
A obtain a web-page invokes the server to send the document being requested, probably an HTML document to the internet browser where it is displayed exactly as the creator of that file intended it to be shown. The machines only role in this instance is to supply the specific file without modifying it in any way.
A dynamic web page or website requires more effort on the server’s part. For instance, when you visit a static website and click on a link, you will notice the exact same page that everyone who trips the site views. Having a dynamic website, when you click on a link or a button, the thing is unique content intended specifically for you.
You go to the product page and then you add the item to the shopping cart. You now click on the shopping cart software button as you get ready to checkout however when you click that link, you are not seeing the same thing that everyone who clicks on the shopping cart software button views.
The server creates a particular file displaying your shopping cart software and the things you have added to it. This is the most obvious form of a dynamic site. Now for what really issues. The reason why 90% of most sites should be dynamic website is for versatility and ease of use. Content and pages can be handled easier for bigger sites especially. Also, if you would like any interactive feature like a form, survey, shopping system, news feed, comments, forum and many other common features, there is absolutely no real way you could have these with limited static websites.
Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, Britain’s top anti-terror cop, last month released an ‘open up notice’ to the media on ‘how to record terrorism’ following Christchurch mosque atrocity in New Zealand. He needed a ‘sensible discussion’ which seems eminently acceptable. It’s not surprising, therefore, that ACC Basu has portrayed his support for the new White Paper.
After all, it efficiently implemented on from his warning that ‘we cannot simply hide behind the mantra of independence of speech’. But if there is a ‘mantra’ being chanted frequently in Britain today, it is certainly not in defence of free conversation. Instead, we face a new breed of thought police who preach that society needs even more restrictions on what is permissable to say, hear read and think. Freedom of speech and of the Press will be the lifeblood of any civilised society.