When Tim Berners-Lee released the first available documentation about html code worldwide on Christmas 1990, no one could expect the quantity and success of billions of websites nowadays. While only written information was meant to be the sense of web pages at that time, the world wide web grew up to a mixture of design and marketing, information and entertainment as it is today very fast.
Besides professional web designers, more and more semi-professionals are able create their own pages with tools like Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft Frontpage or just with editors like notepad today. Since web design and content are changed very often, dynamic websites became very popular. These ones take the current information out of a database using technologies like PHP, Perl, MySQL and others. Dynamic websites allow webmasters and editors to make changes to the content, design or translation in seconds and – with the right content management system (CMS) – even without technical knowledge.
Unfortunately this technology takes loading time, a more comfortable but also more expensive hosting service is required and search engines can also get problems with it. So the expenditure developing such a dynamic website may simply be not worth it for smaller websites. On the other hand: static web pages can’t be edited easily, translation is nearly impossible and even small changes in the headline or exchanging a logo results in editing each single html file. So, until now, every web designer had to decide only between these two alternatives.
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