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Day 15. Advanced Techniques: Static to D... > Making the Static to Dynamic Transit...

Making the Static to Dynamic Transition

The hardest part of getting started with dynamic Web page programming is getting used to breaking the rules that you've come to know and despise. Rather than having static links on your pages, or static objects, suddenly you have the ability to change all the pages in your site each time a user visits them.

The most complex online applications are covered in detail later this week, but you'll find that many of the most compelling Web sites use very simple dynamic functionality to make them interesting. For example, how many times have you visited the Dilbert Web site? (If the answer is none, I can only wonder what you're doing with a computer book.) Many people visit the site daily. The same goes for sites such as CNN, or computer sites such as versiontracker.com. I'm guessing that you visit at least one Web site on a daily basis. So, the question is, “why do you visit these sites so frequently?”


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