what is the different between static and dynamic website [Resolved]

Posted by Gow.Net under ASP.NET on 9/1/2012 | Points: 10 | Views : 6893 | Status : [Member] | Replies : 4
what is the different between static and dynamic website ? and i need example and example site of both (static and dynamic)
and how to create dynamic website using asp .net

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Posted by: Saratvaddilli on: 9/1/2012 [Member] [MVP] Bronze | Points: 50

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in simple terms

static website : a website which is not a database driven is called static website
For example:
W3schools is a static website no need to access database if user visited the site , just we can browse the website .
Dynamic Website :
its a database driven, when ever we visit the site ,it will access the database to retrieve the information
For example:
Facebook is a dynamic website ,when ever we login ,it will access the database to retrieve user specific information.
Page will be dynamically created when ever we visit the dynamic sites


check this link for more...
http://www.tipsforyourwebsite.com/static_vs_Dynamic_Websites.html

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Posted by: Muhsinathk on: 9/5/2012 [Member] Bronze | Points: 50

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Static Websites

A static site is a website that is written entirely using HTML. Each web page is a separate document and there are no databases or external files that are drawn upon.

Advantages of static websites

Quick to develop
Cheap to develop
Cheap to host

Disadvantages of static websites

Requires web development expertise to update site
Site not as useful for the user
Content can get stagnant

Dynamic Websites

A dynamic website is written using more complex code - such as PHP or ASP - and has a greater degree of functionality. For instance, many dynamic websites can be controlled by a content management system. This means that you will potentially be able to make updates without needing any knowledge of HTML or any website software.

Advantages of dynamic websites

Much more functional website
Much easier to update
New content brings people back to the site and helps in the search engines
Can work as a system to allow staff or users to collaborate

Disadvantages of dynamic websites

Slower / more expensive to develop
Hosting costs a little more


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Posted by: Vijay.K on: 9/6/2012 [Member] Starter | Points: 25

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Static Web Pages

(HTML) was the first tool with which people to create web pages. HTML is a language that stylize text, create paragraphs and line breaks etc. All these links that we see on web pages are created using HTML.

Pages created with HTML are static pages because they remain the same for all the time to come -until and unless you change them manually. Then scripting languages came into scene with JavaScript beating other scripting languages big time. JavaScript became factor scripting language. With scripting language -you can add a bit of dynamic element in static pages. For example, with JavaScript you can make a random number display every time a web page loads in browser. But even such pages are called static pages.

Dynamic Web Pages
If you go to a online shopping website and see the product list -there are high chances that you'll be looking as a dynamic web pages.

Such web pages have two main components; Style of the page and information. Style of the page is created using tools like HTML, CSS, JavaScript while the information is stored separately in a database. When a dynamic page loads in browser -it requests the database to furnish information depending upon user's choice. When the page receives this information from database -the styling code gets applied on it and the resulting web page is displayed to the user.

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Posted by: Terrysirianni on: 9/25/2012 [Member] Starter | Points: 25

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Static is good for a one-way flow of information, from your site to the visitors. This suits some situations perfectly. Dynamic will invite your site visitors to become involved and engaged.
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