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Server-side scripting and content creation

Using server-side scripting to change the supplied page source between pages, adjusting the sequence or reload of the web pages or web content supplied to the browser. Server responses may be determined by such conditions as data in a posted HTML form, parameters in the URL, the type of browser being used, the passage of time, or a database or server state.

Such web pages are often created with the help of server-side languages such as PHP, Perl, ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion and other languages. These server-side languages typically use the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) to produce dynamic web pages. These kinds of pages can also use, on the client-side, the first kind (DHTML, etc.).

Server-side dynamic content is more complicated: (1) The client sends the server the request. (2) The server receives the request and processes the server-side script such as [PHP] based on the query string, HTTP POST data, cookies, etc.

The dynamic page generation was made possible by the Common Gateway Interface, stable in 1993. Then Server Side Includes pointed a more direct way to deal with server-side scripts, at the web servers.


Combining client and server side

Ajax is a web development technique for dynamically interchanging content with the server-side, without reloading the web page. Google Maps is an example of a web application that uses Ajax techniques and database.


Search engines work by creating indexes of published HTML web pages that were, initially, "static". With the advent of dynamic web pages, often created from a private database, the content is less visible[1]. Unless this content is duplicated in some way (for example, as a series of extra static pages on the same site), a search may not find the information it is looking for. It is unreasonable to expect generalized web search engines to be able to access complex database structures, some of which in any case may be secure.

It is difficult to be precise about "dynamic web page beginnings" or chronology, because the precise concept makes sense only after the "widespread development of web pages": HTTP protocol has been in use since 1990, HTML, as standard, since 1996. The web browsers explosion started with 1993's Mosaic.

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