In the web we can find, or construct, two types of pages:
- Those that present without movement and without functionalities beyond the links.
- Pages that have special effects and in which we can interact.
The first pages are those that we call static pages, they are built with the HTML language, which does not allow great flourishes to create effects or functionalities beyond the links.
These pages are very simple to create, although they offer few advantages to both developers and visitors, since only plain texts can be presented accompanied by images and at the most multimedia contents such as videos or sounds
The second type of page is called a dynamic page. A page is dynamic when any special effect or functionality is included and for this it is necessary to use other programming languages, besides the simple HTML.
While static pages everyone can imagine and deserve no further explanation, dynamic pages are more complex and versatile.