A static website will usually for your site to take to the role of a digital business card. HTML documents used desired information are created and stored under their own URL on the web server. When a user enters the web address, they are presented with a static HTML document that looks exactly like those stored on the server. But what happens when a website needs to add a new content? Static websites need to changes manually carried out in the HTML code of each individual page of the web project. In dynamic websites, this manual step is avoided since the web server freshly created the websites each time they are called up. Instead of continuously issuing the static HTML pages unmodified, the server adjusts the page content automatically according to the last update. The dynamic website is based on a strict division of the content and layout. Both aspects are assembled when the site is entered into the browser. Dynamic websites require more high-performance servers than static websites. Dynamic websites rely on pre-defined design templates, which are filled with relevant content. Due to their flexibility, dynamic websites are the more popular choice.