Static web pages don’t change content or layout with every request to the web server. They change only when a web author manually updates them with a text editor or web editing tool like Adobe Dreamweaver. The vast majority of web sites use static pages, and the technique is highly cost-effective for publishing web information that doesn’t change substantially over months or even years. Many web content management systems also use static publishing to deliver web content. In the cms the pages are created and modified in a dynamic database-driven web-editing interface but are then written out to the web server (“published”) as ordinary static pages. Static pages are simple, secure, less prone to technology errors and breakdown, and easily visible by search engines.
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