16 Oct Differentiate between Static vs Dynamic Website
Websites come in all shapes, sizes and colors, but one way they can be divided is static and dynamic.To help you decide, here’s an explanation on static and dynamic websites.
What is Static website?
A static website is a kind of website you can build. Static websites are coded in HTML and CSS only, with no scripting. The only form of interactivity on a static website is hyperlinks. They are easier to code and assemble.
What is Dynamic website?
A dynamic website is a website that uses HTML and CSS, but includes website scripting as well it contains information that changes depending on viewers.
Difference between Static website and Dynamic Website.
- Dynamic websites can be easily upgraded by end users. Static websites is difficult to upgrade
- The theme of website and content of website are fixed. Website designs and content can be changed on run-time.
- With the help of markup language static websites loads quickly whereas dynamic websites delays to load because of more processing time.
- Static website provides information to their clients like an organization website. Dynamic website is where content changes frequently. Like a Electronic-commerce site etc.
- Static website directly run on browser and does not require other internet application language. This website can be created from HTML and CSS .Dynamic website run the application on server and the result will be display on webpage. So this requires server application language like PHP, JSP etc.
- Static websites are easy to develop and a experienced person can develop it. But in casa of Dynamic websites it cannot be developed easily because it require qualify developers to create it, manage it, test it and maintain security of application and database.
- In Static website if you want to change the page content then you has to upload that page on server many times. Dynamic sites provide some facilities that it possible to change the page content using server application. There is no need to upload the page on server.