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static Web page

A Web page (HTML page) that contains the same information for all users. Although it may be periodically updated from time to time, it does not change with each user retrieval. Contrast with dynamic Web page.
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The lesson features are well written, and there are only a few static web pages. Worksheets include the ability to check answers, and the calculators include well-written instructions.
ExpressPDF will also convert static Web pages into PDF.
Static web pages that were friendly to search robots and searcher friendly metadata were added.
At the high end of the scale, ambitious enterprise content management systems aspire to integrate databases and content types that go far beyond static web pages. Those systems can run up project costs well into six figures and require extensive technical resources.
Gary Smith, project manager at the NSPCC, explains, "The NSPCC intranet is currently a mixture of static Web pages and dynamic applications, with over 90 authors contributing content.
Some systems produce static Web pages, but they lack the power to support association Web sites.
About 610 billion e-mails are sent each year, compared to 2.1 billion static Web pages.
The days of static Web pages and clickable thumbnails driving content on the Web are marked.
The company is helping its customers make the transition from static Web pages to the creation of e-commerce, Web-centric strategic business systems with database integration, data warehousing and decision-support capabilities.
The thinking behind Foundation.2000, Informix says, is that companies don't just want static web pages. They want to give users access to different types of data - video, audio, 3D- graphics and geospatial - and they want to do it fast.