Static and dynamic webpages

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Static and dynamic webpages Static  web-pages are like most on  Unchanging,  regardless of who is viewing or circumstance of viewing the page. Dynamic  web-pages change their content or presentation in one of two general  ways: Using client-side scripting to change the webpage behavior  within  a specific web  page, in response to mouse or keyboard actions or at specified timing events. In  this case the dynamic behavior occurs within the webpage being displayed by the  browser. Using server-side scripting to change the webpage source, adjusting content  supplied to the browser. 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, or the passage of time.  Java and client side scripting Client Side Scripting Written for the viewer The web browser retrieves an html-page from the server (2-tier interaction), then  the browser processes the code embedded in the page (typically written in  JavaScript) and displays the retrieved page's content to the user. Problems:
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SPEA-V 369 taught by Professor T.c.bradely during the Spring '11 term at Indiana.

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