Types of Websites - HTML Tutorial
Types of Websites
Types of Websites
- A web-application is an application program that is generally stored on a remote server, and users can use it via the use of Software known as web-browser.
- It is a type of computer program that generally executes with the help of a web browser and also uses many web technologies to perform various tasks on the internet.
- A web application can be developed for several uses, which can be used by anyone like it can be used as an individual or as a whole organization for several reasons.
- In general, a web application can contain online shops (or we can also tell them e-commerce shops), webmail's, calculators, social media platforms, etc.
- There is also some kind of web application that usually requires a special kind of web browser to use them.
- We can’t use those kinds of web applications by using regular web- browsers.
- Still, most of the web applications available on the internet can be accessed using a standard web browser.
- This type of website is the basic type of website that is easy to create.
- You don't require the knowledge of web programming and database creation to create a static website.
- Static web pages are coded in HTML .
- The codes are fixed for each page so the information inserted in the page does not change and it looks like a printed page.
- This type of website is a group of dynamic web pages whose content changes dynamically.
- It uses content from a database or Content Management System (CMS).
- Therefore, when you adjust or replace the content of the database, the content of the website is also adjusted or replaced.
- Dynamic website uses client-side scripting or server-side scripting, or each to generate dynamic content.
- Client side scripting generates content at the client computer on the basis of user input.
- The web browser downloads the web page from the server and processes the code within the page to render information to the user.
- In server side scripting, the software runs on the server and processing is completed in the server then plain pages are sent to the user.
- A website that allows people to buy and sell physical goods, services, and digital products over the internet rather than at a brick-and-mortar location.
- Through an e-commerce website, a business can process orders, accept payments, manage shipping and logistics, and provide customer service.