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| 8:00 pm on Aug 14, 2001 (gmt 0)|
How can I tell if a site is Dynamic? I know that the information on the a dynamic site changes and is pulled from a database, but if I were to go to a site now, how would I be able to know this?
To over come dynamic sites doorway pages need to be created correct? Can anyone show me how to create a doorway page?
Are redirects used on dynamic sites?
I know, such a newbie question but I can't seem to get this down.
| 8:12 pm on Aug 14, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Some easy ways to spot common dynamic Web sites are from
A) file extension other than htm or html (.asp .jsp .cgi ect)
B) special caracters in URL such as ? % $ @ ect
Here is a quote from the glossary
|It used to be easy to spot one of these pages, but with most systems now allowing dynamic content from any page at any time, you just never know. |
>>To over come dynamic sites doorway pages need to be created correct?
More precisely static pages must be created. For an accurate description of a doorway page feel free to use the glossary in the top menu.
A good place to get informations on how to create good pages here.
Redirection can be dangerous.
| 8:14 pm on Aug 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Welcome to the board beasscr. Nice response Mac.
You can also just "look" at the page to find clues that it is dynamic.
Notice things like content change from day-to-day or any display differences between browsers?
Lastly, little known is the difference in HTTP headers from dynamic to static pages. SE's can also spot that. You can determine if a page is dynamic most of the time just from the headers alone.
| 11:43 am on Aug 20, 2001 (gmt 0)|
>>>little known is the difference in HTTP headers from dynamic to static pages
Out of curiosity Brett what is the difference?
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