Dynamic Websites

Relational Database Management Systems - RDBMS

A dynamic website is one where web page content changes dynamically at the time a web page is displayed.

Web page content can change, for example, when forms are filled, buttons are pressed or cursors are placed over objects.

There are a number of client-side scripting languages (e.g. Javascript) that are used to dynamically alter web page content.  The changed content can originate from the same website or from another website.

Dynamic Websites

To dynamically render pages from relational database management systems, server-side scripting languages is normally used.  These scripts are runs on an application server before the web page is sent to the website visitor.

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