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2. Dynamic Web Sites

Jörg Krause

(1)Berlin, Germany

This chapter is about quickly and clearly covering the execution when calling up dynamic web pages. Some aspects of optimization are also discussed. It is helpful to never forget about optimization when you’re creating your web site.

How Dynamic Web Sites Are Created

Dynamic web pages are known as pages that are created as soon as a call is sent to the server. So data can be built interactively into the sites. They are particularly helpful when you need to react to user inputs. Forms can be evaluated immediately and the content of the next page can be shown. The application possibilities are nearly unlimited. ...

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