STATIC WEBPAGES

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Static websites are just HTML files (pages). They may contain text, images, links. ex. option menus and other data while even moving flash and java or java scripts files.

The definition «Static» doesn’t refer to an animation but the permanent content of the page. ie, for a static page the content is a fact every time it shows up.

To change the content of a static page, it can only be done by the creator, ie, it won’t contain a special administration area like a CMS.

A static website is suitable mainly for small presentations which will rarely need any future change in the content or adding additional content. Otherwise, it is more practical to use dynamic pages (CMS).

DYNAMIC WEBPAGES

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In dynamic pages, content is stored and produced dynamically from 2 or more databases (ex. MySQL), while also having frontend (user interface) and backend (administration area) with which administration of page content is easy.

Like that the web application is usually seen as CMS (content managment system), or as an e-shop.

The construction of a dynamic site is a bit more complicated compared to static sites and the difficulty level depends on the features and capabilities that is included in the web application.

SPECIAL WEBPAGES

It’s the dynamic sites that refer to specific section.

The content management in most of these has a specific application that manages the content of the page (ex Car manufacturers with special management of cars, brokers with special house management etc.).

These sites demand special management knowledge from people who first of all know the point of their operations and second the management of their website.
For that reason Target Point provides special training in segments for the owner of such websites.

Besides the above there is special care in promotion of this website in order to appear as cars or houses on their own in search engines (ie if someone is looking for a car which is on the website and not at the merchant website to appear on search engines).

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