Dynamic web pages are web sites that are generated at the time of access by a user or change as a result of interaction with the user. Most Dynamic web sites are server-site, menaing that a program running on the web server (server-side scripting) is used to change the web content on various web pages, or to adjust the sequence of or reload of the web pages. Server responses may be determined by such conditions as data in a posted HTML form, parameters in the URL, the type of browser being used, the passage of time, or a database or server state.
Such web pages are often created with the help of server-side languages such as ASP, ColdFusion, Perl, PHP, WebDNA and other languages.
Benefits of a Dynamic Environment
Better SEO rates. Search engines are more likely to index pages with fresh and up-to-date context rather than old static pages.
- User Interaction. With a dynamic environment it's is very simple to interact with users, allowing them to fill in contact or inquiry forms or post comments. Also Social Networking Integration can be implemented; the result is that users are more likely to interact with a given web page.
- Fresh context. Due to the rapid expansion of social networking users are not likely to come back to a static web page. On a dynamic page we can easily implement a blog section or to stream dynamic context from a news portal (or any other RSS portal).
- User Registration. Dynamic sites allow users to register in order to enjoy better services, e.g. download useful information, technical specs or file a ticket support request.
- Lower Cost. In the long term a dynamic web site has an overall lower cost. Usually to keep a static web site up-to-date is a costly effort. In a dynamic environment users can just use an article processor to change or add context.
SpeedyDev can assist you to easily implement your own mobile site supporting all major platforms, iPhone, iPad and smartphones. Mobilize your Joomla site to display great on any mobile phone/device.
◊ Advanced User Agent detection
◊ Multi Site support (e.g. switch between iPad (tablet view) and iPhone.
◊ Advanced image adaptation
◊ Flexible layout settings
◊ Sub-domain redirection
◊ Custom templates per device category (so that your site displays correctly on all screen resolutions)
◊ Menu exclusion
◊ Fully customizable
With the "App mode" template option you can design your site to take full advantage of the iPhone platform. Let anyone add your site on iPhone and browse full screen.
Forget about proprietary solutions that cost so much and never belong to you! By relying into a Content Management Solution you retain the full ownership of your site. You can control it and change it easily at any given moment.
So what is a CMS? A CMS solution pretty much separates the context (what the user sees) from the administration by offering a front page and a back-end environment. Even better a CMS solution does NOT require any technical knowledge, you can simply use a context processor, similar to a word processor, to edit and change any given page.
The reason that more and more companies rely on CMS solutions is exactly because updating is very easy, as easy as typing text! At the same moment the site is fully customizable and expandable.