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A static website is a group of self-contained, individual pages (or page), sent to the browser from the server one-page-at-a-time. Dyamic web content is built when it is requested, by the user directly, or programmatically while a user is on a page (e.g., facebook updates). Client-side (front-end) coding includes HTML, CSS and Javascript. This just means that our code will be downloaded from the server and then compiled entirely in the browser. This eBook discusses all this and everything on othe other topics.



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Total Pages: 142

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