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Question 1
Compare the three kinds of web pages: static, dynamic, and active. How do they differ from each other?

Question 2
Compare the functions of Java and JavaScript. How does a Java applet differ from a JavaScript script?

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Question 1.
Compare the three kinds of web pages: static, dynamic, and active. How do they differ from each other?
A static web page is a web page that is not interactive, as is delivered as content that remains flat or unchanged. Static web pages are commonly used by novice web designers because it requires minimal experience to design. Static web pages "send exactly the same response to every request" (Web Sites, 2012). In contract to a static page, a dynamic web site page is built based on a specific programming language or application, such as Perl, ASP, or PHP. A dynamic web page can have the appearance of being updated continually throughout the day or week, due to technologies such as randomnizers that update the site without any other required intervention. Although dynamic web pages can be adapted to customers, due ...

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The solution provides a very detailed explanation with references comparing the three kinds of web pages; static, dynamic, and active, and discusses how they differ from each other. The post also provides a detailed explanation with references comparing the functions of Java and Java Script, and explains how a Java applet differes from a Java Script script.

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