|Static web pages||Dynamic Web pages|
|Standard HTML pages are static Web pages. They contain HTML code, which defines the structure and content of the Web page. Each time an HTML page is loaded, it looks the same. The only way the content of an HTML page will change is if the Web developer updates and publishes the file.||Other types of Web pages, such as PHP, ASP, and JSP pages are dynamic Web pages. These pages contain "server-side" code, which allows the server to generate unique content each time the page is loaded. For example, the server may display the current time and date on the Web page.|
|Static Web pages display the exact same information whenever anyone visits it.||Dynamic Web pages are capable of producing different content for different visitors from the same source code file.|
|No Database uses in static web pages.||In addition to database, there is a long list of technologies that can be used to make dynamic web pages. Some of the most popular scripts that can interact with database are: PHP, ASP, ASP.net, JSP, Perl and Python.|
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