A dynamic website page is a web page that displays different content each time it’s visited. For example, the page may change with the time of day, the user that accesses the website, or the type of user access. There are two types of dynamic Websites (web pages).
Web pages that change in response to an action within that web page, such as a mouse or a keyboard action, use client-side scripting.
Client-side scripts generates client-side content. Client-side content is content that’s generated on the user’s system rather than the server. In these cases, the user’s web browser would download the web page content from the server, process the code that’s encripted in that particular web page, and then display the updated content to the user.
Web pages which changes when a web page is loaded or visited using server-side scripting. Server-side content is content that’s generated when a web page is loaded or visited. For example, user login pages, forums, submission forms, and shopping add-to-carts, all use server-side scripting since those web pages change according to what is submitted to it.
Scripting languages such as PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion and Perl allow a web page to respond to submission events.
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