A static website is a website that displays the same content to every user, regardless of their location, browser, or device. The content of a static website is fixed, meaning it does not change unless the website owner manually updates it. Static websites are typically created using HTML and CSS and can include images, videos, and other multimedia elements.
A dynamic website is a site that changes or customizes itself frequently and automatically. Unlike static websites, which are written in HTML and display the same information to every visitor, dynamic websites use server-side scripting to generate content on the fly and display a customized version of the site for each user. Server-side scripting is usually done using languages such as PHP, ASP, Perl, or Java.