Dynamic web pages
From Higher Computing Science
- A static web page is a page that, after it is loaded, will not change its contents. Static web pages should look the same each time they are reloaded.
- Most dynamic web pages load relevant information from a database. The database may store user information, page information, An example of a database-driven website is a web-based email account (like Gmail or Outlook) – the contents of this is loaded from a database and should be different for every person looking at the site!