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What is the difference between optimizing a static site and a dynamic

What is the difference between optimizing a static site and a dynamic site

     
7:33 am on Jan 22, 2010 (gmt 0)

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What is the difference between optimizing a static site and a dynamic site? How to optimize a dynamic site?
2:32 am on Jan 24, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Essentially there's no difference other than conceptualizing what all the piece put together will look like to a search engine. Server generated pages tend to produce incredibly sloppy code. You have to watch out not to have things like overly repetitive Titles and meta descriptions, duplicated tags such as having two Titles or two html tags. Watch for nested tags too. The final output should still be able to validate fairly cleanly, somehow.
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one of the most common problems i see with dynamic sites is that they will serve content for non-canonical requests instead of responding with a 301 redirect to the canonical url.
duplicate id's are common as well as other invalid and bloated markup.
 

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