The language of the static page is HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) or XML (Extensible Character Language). Dynamic page language: HTML + ASP or HTML + ASP.NET or HTML + PHP or HTML + JSP etc. In website design, pure HTML pages are commonly referred to as "static pages". If the page is static: Each page of a static page has a fixed URL, and the page URL has a common suffix such as .htm, .html, .shtml, and does not contain "?"; After the page content is published to the website server, regardless of whether the user has access, the content of each static page is stored on the website server, that is, a static page is a file that is actually saved on the server. Each page is an independent file; (3) the content of static pages is relatively stable so that search engines can easily get it; Static pages do not have database support, and the workload of creating and maintaining websites is relatively high. Therefore, it is difficult to rely solely on methods for creating static pages when the amount of information about the website is large; The interactivity of static pages is interspersed and there are relatively large limitations in terms of functionality. This seems to be understandable. First, look at the name of the suffix, and second, if it can communicate with the server. Static pages refer to dynamic pages. Refers to pages that do not have a back-end database, programs, and interactions. You come up with something that appears unchanged.