Maintaining large numbers of static pages as files can be impractical without automated tools, such as Static site generators described in Web template system.
Any personalization or interactivity has to run client-side, which is restricting.
Word Press has a simple URL structure and so the search engines – including Google – have always loved it.
For example, news and events could be posted to the site through a simple browser interface.
Dynamic features of a site are only limited by imagination.
Like any website, mobile websites/responsive sites can display text content, data, images and video.
They can also access mobile-specific features such as click-to-call (to dial a phone number) or location-based mapping.
However, this post is for those who would still like to know more about the strengths and weaknesses of native apps and Web apps.
It seems that every day dozens of UK companies are looking to carry out a Word Press migration.
But with estimates ranging from 38% to 70%, it is still undeniably the most popular website content management system (CMS) and sits way ahead of its competitors.
And it’s been voted the best CMS for the 7th year running too.
Dynamic sites on the other hand can be more expensive to develop initially, but the advantages are numerous.