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Old 08-01-2010, 11:29 AM   #1
lehoa
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Hi everyone in forum

I have a question and I need your help.
My boss gave it to me:"what is the differences between Dynamic website and other websites written by HTML, DHTML ?"
I couldn't find a perfect answer for it.
Thank so much for your help
Cheers
 
Old 08-01-2010, 11:53 AM   #2
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Well if your boss is asking you, he probably doesn't want a spoon fed answer from someone else. Just compare HTML (static) and PHP (dynamic) and you'll get the idea I'm sure.
 
Old 08-01-2010, 11:58 AM   #3
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A few suggestions for the future:

1. Give your topics descriptive names so people will know what you are asking for from the topic list. This makes sure that the users who have the relevant knowledge to help you don't pass your topic by.

2. In general, LQ users are against "homework" questions, where a person simply repeats a question their boss/teacher asked them without making an attempt to answer it themselves.
 
Old 08-01-2010, 12:08 PM   #4
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Please also remove the advertising links in your signature.
 
Old 08-01-2010, 12:22 PM   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lehoa View Post
I couldn't find a perfect answer for it.
So, it would be helpful to outline the imperfect answers that you have found, so that we know where we are starting from. But...

Quote:
Originally Posted by lehoa View Post
My boss gave it to me:"what is the differences between Dynamic website and other websites written by HTML, DHTML ?"
Well, apart from the excuse to ding your boss for his less-than-perfect English (probably inadvisable, but that's a judgement call), perhaps you could consider the word "dynamic". Dynamic is the opposite of static, but asking about the difference between a dynamic website and Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language is more difficult; both are/can be dynamic, so maybe you want to give more detail.

Another thing that you/the boss may be asking about is the means used to produce dynamic (either the 'casual' meaning or the 'technical' meaning) websites; the normal case is that these are produced via some appropriate framework/platform/system (eg, a CMS) which may or may not use some or more (or less) of the above and CSS and a language beginning with P (or not; the beginning with P part isn't technically an absolute requirement) of the above in some way that is not apparent to the end user.

Any chance that you might define things more clearly? Like what you might be hoping to do once you have this information.
 
  


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