Static page is sent to the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) as is.
Essentially, in terms of a static website, we refer to a website that is written in straight forword HTML (the language used to produce web pages - Hypertext Markup Language). As no database, or content-management facility is provided, the only way to alter the content seen on a web page is to alter the web page itself (of course, we can do that for you if you would like us to maintain your website). It doesn't mean that the webite will just be boring plain text - of course the intention is to develop it in such a way as to reflect the image of your business effectively. It also doesn't mean that it can't be interactive - specialist forms for customers to complete (e.g. insurance proposal forms, enquiry forms, etc.) can also be incorporated.
HTML pages are "static" in the sense that the code - the page in its HTML format - is sent to the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) as is. The HTML appears to the browser exactly the way it was written by the programmer.
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Basic features Our Static Website design
After the browser gets the file from the server (the internet computer holding the HTML files), it reads the code and displays the page. No 'thinking' or decision making is done by the server or the browser. The summary of serving a static page goes something like:
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