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Dynamic web sites take on a whole new meaning in combination with a database. Drawing content from a database allows you to present material in ways that would be impractical—if not impossible—with a static web site. Examples that spring to mind are online stores, such as Amazon.com; news sites, such as the BBC ( www.bbcnews.com ); and the big search engines, including Google and Bing. Database technology allows these web sites to present thousands, often millions, of unique pages. Even if your ambitions are nowhere near as grandiose, a database can increase your web site’s richness of content with relatively little effort.
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