Chapter 13. Understanding Dynamic Websites


• How to conceptualize different types of dynamic content

• Basic information about other dynamic scripting languages

• A refresher for including JavaScript in your HTML

• How to display randomized text with JavaScript

• How to change images using JavaScript and user events

The term dynamic means something active or something that motivates another to become active.

When talking about websites, a dynamic website is one that incorporates interactivity into its functionality and design, but also motivates a user to take an action—read more, purchase a product, and so on. In this chapter, you’ll learn a little bit about the different types of interactivity that can ...

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