The extent of dynamic programming required for your site is largely dependent on
how you’d like to perform web site updates, how often updates will
occur, and the amount budgeted for your web project.
Dynamic content is becoming ever-popular. Borrowing from the English
dictionary, “dynamic” means: characterized by continuous change,
activity, or progress.
Some web sites require little or no dynamic content while others are
best suited to have as much dynamic content as possible. Let’s take your
web browser’s home page, for example. When launching your web browser
it’s convenient to have the latest news, stock quotes, and random links
to help make your internet experience both productive and entertaining.
Alternatively, reading a company’s mission statement is not best suited
to be dynamically updated since it doesn’t change regularly or often.
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