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STUDY ON DYNAMIC WEBPAGES.HCI ASSIGNMENTNAME: ATRI RAHAREG. NO. : RA1611008010202FACULTY NAME: MS. SARANYA MAM.DATE : 23-07-2018SUBJECT CODE: 15IT321
A Study On Dynamic Webpages. The main differences between a static and dynamic website is that with dynamic websites allow interaction while static websites all the information needs to be updated by an admin. Before further diving deeper into the topic first of all let’s see what is a dynamic webpage. What is a Dynamic Webpages ?A dynamic web page is a web page that displays different content every time it's viewed. For example, the page may change with the time of day, the user that accesses the webpage, or the type of user interaction. There are two types of dynamic web pages:-1) Client-Side Scripting.2) Server-Side ScriptingClient-Side Scripting:-The client is the system on which the Web browser is running. JavaScript is the main client-side scripting language for the Web.Client-side scripts are interpreted by the browser. The process with client-side scripting is:-1.the user requests a Web page from the server2.the server finds the page and sends it to the user3.the page is displayed on the browser with any scripts running during or after display.So client-side scripting is used to make Web pages change after they arrive at the browser. It is useful for making pages a bit more interesting and user-friendly. It can also provide useful
gadgets such as calculators, clocks etc. but on the whole is used for appearance and interaction.Client-side scripts rely on the user's computer. If that computer is slow they may run slowly. They may not run at all if the browser does not understand the scripting language.Server-Side Scripting:-The server is where the Web page and other content lives. The server sends pages to the user/client on request. The process is:1) the user requests a Web page from the server.2) the script in the page is interpreted by the server creating or changing the page content to suit the user and the occasion and/or passing data around.3) the page in its final form is sent to the user and then cannot be changed using server-side scriptingThe use of HTML forms or clever links allow data to be sent to the server and processed. The results may come back as a second Web page.

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