Difference between static and dynamic navigations

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    john jesus

    I just watched an SEO webinar on new strategies. One strategy was to create a dynamic navigation for users instead of a static one. Anyone know the difference or know anything about how this can benefit the website?



    Hmm haven’t really heard of this one. Perhaps it pertains more to user experience rather than SEO.


    a static site restricts interaction and sociability of a website while a dynamic website is a site that enables functionality and social capabilities. wordpress for example is a dynamic website since it allows plugins, rss, sharing etc thus easily indexed compared to a static site




    I think John is talking about static/dynamic in terms of site navigation and not the website itself. 🙂


    thank you jefferson to shering it with us


    Dynamic websites with a content management system (CMS) make it simple for a non-technical person to create and update the content of the site. Because the various parts of the page are all separate, a content creator won’t need to know any HTML in order to create a new page or article for the site.
    You can simply concentrate on writing the content and the dynamic site takes care of putting that content into the right spot on the website. With a static site the content creator would have to know HTML or employ the help of someone who does in order to create a new web page for a site.



    Well good question raise by you John. There is big difference between the static and dynamic navigation but am sharing only few points i.e Static Navigation based on structure group and created by the content manager during the publication of the site .The other hand dynamic navigation based on keyword taxonomy and created by the web application at the time the site accessed that means in run-time (dynamically).

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