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Having a web site : why and how?
Static, dynamically published and dynamic: 3 web sites generations
Everydeck is the first solution for end users to create and manage an entirely dynamic web site, while most solutions for small businesses feature only the publication of static HTML pages.
First generation : static web sites
A compromise: dynamically published sites
Second generation web sites: dynamic web sites
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First generation : static web sites

In February 2001, Novadeck conducted a survey on the first 60 sites classified in the "B to B" section of 78% of them had a static web site. Static web sites are built with HTML pages which describe both content (information) and design (colors, layout). To update these pages, the pages must be corrected with an HTML editor or directly in HTML, which requires a technical knowledge.Most SMEs do not master this knowledge, which means that it is not possible for them to easily update their site. This is a major drawback since it can only publish limited, unchangeable information. Besides, strictly no interactivity is available for the visitor's comfort nor for basic web marketing operations (such as profiling). It is a good way for small businesses to make their first steps on the web, but they can obviously not use it on regular basis to publish news or a products' catalogue.

Publication mode Publication of static web pages
Publication format HTML only
Content management No
Update frequency Very limited
Design evolution By specialists
Interactivity None
Use Limited online presence (shop window)

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