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Chapter 1. Conceptualizing Your Site > Using dynamic pages to manage complex in...

Using dynamic pages to manage complex information

Manage large amounts of information that the Web team or visitors will need to search using databases and dynamic pages. Sites with content that changes often also are good candidates for dynamic pages.

Using a database and dynamic pages to deliver your content also makes content easier to repurpose. With static pages, the content is embedded directly in the code. Dynamic sites hold all their content in databases; therefore, more than one location can use the same content at the same time. You can have more than one site using the database, or you can enable more than one section of your site to display the same information. Because the information is all coming from one source, it's consistent. Static pages run the risk of becoming out of synch with each other if information is updated on one page but not another.


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