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    I Would Like to Know that What is Static URL..?

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    A static URL is one in which the content of the web page remains the same as long as the changes are not hard coded within the HTML.
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    A static URL is a URL that does not change depending on input from a remote database or server, but stays the same with each page load. Static URLs are the norm for pages that do not contain interactive elements based on the results of a web administrator’s remote data.

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    URL means Uniform Resource Locator which refers to the web address that we enter into a browser to access any web page. Just like we have a particular residential address, similarly every website has a web address for its access.

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    URLs are classified into two types: static and dynamic. A static URL is one in which the content of the web page remains the same as long as the changes are not hard coded within the HTML. On the other hand, a dynamic URL is one which is a result of a search within a website driven by a database running on some script. When a site’s database is queried, it results in generation of a dynamic URL. Dynamic page can also be understood as a template in which results of a database query are displayed. Only the data is changed while keeping the HTML codes same.
    Static vs. Dynamic: Which is better?

    There can be a possible pondering over the choice of having a dynamic or a static website. There are a few points which can help us understand which URL type is better. These points are on the URL structure as well as the implications of such URL structures on site performance.

    • Dynamic URLs are less friendly to search engines – It is fact that search engines do not like dynamic URLs. If we try to understand the URL structure of dynamic and static URLs, then we may have a clarity on the reasons thereof: let us take an example of a dynamic website, which may look something like this:

    On the other hand, a static site, having a URL that does not change, may look something like this:
    http://www.examplestaticsite.com/for...amic-urls.html
    If at all dynamic URLs like above get indexed, they do not get indexed as quickly as their static counterpart. The search engine prefers to index pages which are unique. Search engines handle such URL issues by truncating after a specified number of variables [for example a question mark (?) or and (&)]. The phenomenon can be understood with the below example:
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php?threadid=12345&sort=date
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php?threadid=67890&sort=date
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php?threadid=13579&sort=date
    All the URLs point towards three different pages. What the search engine does is that it purges the URL the moment it encounters the first offending character; in our case the question mark (?). The resultant is as under:
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php
    http://www.exampledynamicsite.com /forums/thread.php
    All the different pages are truncated to the same URL. This now cannot be indexed.
    There are well known example of dynamic URLs which are at risk of losing search engine positions due to their dynamic types. For example, websites for e-commerce stores, forums, content management, blogs etc.

    • Static URLs generally ranked fairer in search engine results, primarily because they are indexed faster than dynamic URLs.
    • Dynamic pages generally do not have keywords embedded in the URLs, while it is strongly recommended to have URLs which are rich in keywords. This fact is now established after the recent studies on ranking methods of Google, Bing and Yahoo

    Conclusively, we can state that static URLs are more SEO friendly than dynamic URLs.

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    A static URL is a URL that does not change depending on input from a remote database or server, but stays the same with each page load. Static URLs are the norm for pages that do not contain interactive elements based on the results of a web administrator’s remote data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swatijain2233 View Post
    Hello friends,


    I Would Like to Know that What is Static URL..?
    A static URL is a URL that does not change depending on input from a remote database or server, but stays the same with each page load.

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    Static URL’s are those URL’s which do not change the URL address in the address bar.
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    A static URL is one in which the content of the web page remains the same as long as the changes are not hard coded within the HTML.
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