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  1. What is the difference between a static web page and a dynamic web page?

  2. What is the purpose of the ASP.NET engine?

  3. True or False: ASP.NET web pages can be served from computers using the Windows ME operating system.

  4. What software packages must be installed to serve ASP.NET web pages from a computer?

  5. When should you consider using a web-hosting company to host your ASP.NET web pages?


  1. The HTML markup for a static web page remains constant until a developer actually modifies the page's HTML. The HTML for a dynamic web page, on the other hand, is produced every time the web page is requested.

  2. When the web server receives a request for an ASP.NET web page, it hands it off to the ASP.NET engine, which then executes the requested ASP.NET page and returns the rendered HTML to the web server. The ASP.NET engine allows for the HTML of an ASP.NET web page to be dynamically generated for each request.

  3. False. ASP.NET pages can be served only from computers running Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista.

  4. For a computer to serve ASP.NET web pages, the .NET Framework and a web server that supports ASP.NET must be installed.

  5. You should consider using a web-hosting company if you want your ASP.NET website to be accessible via the Internet. Typically, it's best to first develop the website locally and then deploy it to a web-hosting company when you are ready to go live.


This hour does not have any exercises. We'll start with exercises in future hours, after we become more fluent with creating ASP.NET web pages.

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