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Static HTML vs Dynamic Websites

Static HTML vs. Dynamic Websites

 

There are basically two kinds of websites you can create.web design graphic designers new york

1) Static HTML (Content is uploaded and displayed “as is”)

2) Dynamic (WordPress, Joomla, etc.) Dynamic means information is pulled from a database so you can display your website content by date, category, etc. Think blogs.

Static HTML sites are not that popular these days. In order to create them, you have to learn HTML, use templates or buy some kind of software like Dreamweaver, Artisteer, etc.

This is actually a static website that you’re reading now. It was created long before blogging became popular.

In 2004, WordPress revolutionized the way we build websites because there is no software to buy. You simply install the WordPress script from your web host, launch the admin panel, choose a theme design and begin writing your content.

Because WordPress is dynamic, you can add functionality very easily using plugins. These are scripts (many of them are free) that you install to help you do so many things (collect visitor feedback, build surveys, add social media icons, and more.)

No longer do you have to spend time uploading complicated scripts just to add shopping carts, comments, and all other kinds of functionality to your website.

Read more about the difference between static and blog sites here.

reference:  http://www.2createawebsite.com/

 

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