What’s the difference between dynamic and static web page?

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I started learning about web page designing just a week ago. I know I'm a newbie when it comes  to web page designing. I want to  start from the scratch and I've heard that one of the first thing that I need to know is about the difference of static and dynamic webpage. I don't have any idea about these two. Can someone elaborate the big difference between them?

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What’s the difference between dynamic and static web page?

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Static web page – Also known as flat page. This gives and deliver the data exactly on what they stored in the server. A simple explanation is, get what you pay for type of context. It's document stored as file in the system file folder or server is always available over HTTP by the web server.

The advantages of using Static web page doesn't require programming skills. It inherent public cache, hosting requirements is unnecessary and can be viewed by using web browser.

Dynamic web page – It changes from time to time, example news content, user, user interaction and other context customization.

There are 2 types of Dynamic web site, a client-side and server-side scripting and content creation.

The difference between the 2 is that client-side can change the interface behaviors on the web page specifically. While server-side programmed the web server to change web content from web pages variously, reload all web content and can be change by sequence.

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What’s the difference between dynamic and static web page?

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A website build on static is developed using HTML. Ever page you come across is a separate entity and there is no database that can be drawn from it. Static web pages are just saved on the server after been written, just like a file that has to be manually edited for additions. 

When developing dynamic websites they are usually made by using multifaceted code such as ASP or PHP. These days in most E-commerce websites, Magneto and Joomla are being used in back hand. These sites are controlled by a content management system, and the pages are linked from the data taken from the database.
 

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