Static websites are custom coded websites that do not require frequent content updates and generally do not have a control panel. Developing a static web site is based on software solutions that are closely tailored to the client's needs. Static websites load faster than dynamic websites due to their simpler file structure.
Dynamic websites have a control panel that can be accessed by using login credentials. Control panel allows users to update website content frequently. A dynamic website's content and settings are stored in a database and its development is based on the installation and setup of a content management system.
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Development of static websites
HTML – HyperText Markup Language is at the core of every web page. It is a markup language used for structuring and presenting content on the web. HTML is composed of elements used to mark up the various different types of content in web pages, specifying what each bit of content is supposed to be rendered as in web browsers (for example headings, paragraphs, tables, bulleted lists etc.). HTML5 It is the fifth and current major version of the HTML standard.
Development of interactive websites
Responsive websites development
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It describes how HTML elements are to be displayed. CSS is what gives your entire website its style. CSS defines size, color, placement… of all the elements on your web page. Also it allows websites to adapt to different screen sizes and device types which makes them responsive.
Dynamic websites development
PHP or Hypertext Preprocessor is a scripting language that is executed on a server and what is displayed in the browser as a result of its execution is pure HTML. PHP can be used to generate dynamic content, to collect data from web forms, to add, modify or delete information from a database, to control user access, or to encrypt data.
WordPress is the world’s number one CMS. It serves as a platform for creating dynamic websites. It hosts sites like The New York Times, Forbes, Facebook Blog… According to one study WordPress was used by 50% of the 1 billion websites online today. The main features of this content management system are: