static content

static content

Data that does not change. See static Web page.
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This material is not usually included in bibliographic databases, and much of it is not easily retrievable from newspapers' sites; most papers' searchable archives consist of static content that has appeared in the print version of the paper.
This is an issue that would mostly be seen in TVs that are installed in areas that display static content, such as restaurants, malls and airports.
"The videos outperform static content, reaching hundreds of thousands with our messages and recipe inspiration," says Barlow.
But static content isn't enough to capture attention or money--video advertising is where it's at, and there's data to prove it.
Depending on which distribution you choose to run, Zikula could manage your blog articles, allow comments on your site, run a forum, downloads section or link directory or even handle static content in any number of languages.
The AWS site reads, "ChinaCache is Mainland China's first and largest premier CDN Network, delivering static content and full static files to your customers with low latency and high transfer speeds through leading edge optimization, acceleration and caching technologies.
This technology is well suited to high-priority websites, especially those with fairly static content under heavy threat or scrutiny.
Prezi is especially powerful when you want to make static content dynamic.
One of the things I like most about social media, is that rather than getting static content about approaches or strategies, that might become outdated, I can actually see contemporary and dynamic visual examples of what teachers are doing in their classrooms to integrate literacy across curriculum areas.
The training team also selected an authoring tool that was simple enough for any staff member to change the static content easily.
While traditional translating tools apply only to static content, Alice allows for real-time translation.