Content that remains constant or unchanged until manually modified. Most home pages on the Internet are static. Antonym : Dynamic
Stretch:A simple muscle stretch that goes just to the point of gentle tension and is held steadily for several seconds without moving or bouncing
Unchanging. When referring to Web pages, pages that are created once, and served as-is. They may be updated at any time, but are not recreated each time they are requested, as dynamic pages are. When referring to IP addresses, a static IP address is one that is permanently assigned to a particular system, and not re-assigned every time the system is booted.
opposite of dynamic. See quiescence.
not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
A static document is a document that does not change through some automated program interaction. In other words, a text file can change when a user edits it and an application can parse a static document and manipulate, but a static document has no inherent means to do this of its own accord. See Also: Dynamic
5stAtIk/ adj. at rest; in a state of balance
Replace existing definition with: Means â€˜at rest or at equilibrium.â€™ Can be used as an adjective to indicate the status of air flow. It is the opposite of â€˜dynamic.
stretching against muscle and holding as opposed to bouncing.
A value for serialization that specifies that a file must not be backed up or archived if it is being modified during the operation. Tivoli Storage Manager does not retry the operation. See also serialization. Contrast with dynamic, shared dynamic, and shared static.
non-dynamic displays- need to be refreshed manually.
Limited movement or stretch, when referring to a climbing rope. Static ropes are used for rescue, caving and rappelling, but do not stretch enough to absorb the impact of a leader fall when climbing. Opposite of dynamic.
A Kernmantle rope with a limited amount of movement or stretch. It is not designed to take a fall like dynamic rope. Static ropes are used for abseiling, caving and rescue. Accessory cords are also static.
IP If a host offers a static IP, it means that your site will be assigned a unique and unchanging IP address.
At rest; in equilibrium; not in motion. Not dynamic.
Having no motion; being at rest.
A 'static' webpage is in which the HTML code is stored in a boring file on a boring disk and never changes. Some web designers think that dynamic pages are the bees knees and try to use them for everything. Others know better.
This is a fairly literal term and refers to an item that has been programmed to be displayed in a certain fashion and will remain so unless further programming is used to change its format. This term is used mainly in opposition to dynamic which is an item displayed and formatted in real time. Furthermore a dynamic item can be controlled and changed through a CMS and lends a much greater flexibility to a website.
1. When speaking of data, data that is invariant or (in some contexts) changes rarely. 2. In C, memory allocation other than that done with malloc() and related functions. 3. In C, a keyword used for a variety of purposes, some of which are related to sense 2. See also dynamic (see dynamic).
Development Any web creation activity that is characterized by having file (pages or graphics) that are "linked" together. Static sites are often created with the use of an HTML editor. Static web sites do not utilize programming languages, databases or multimedia. Antonym: Dynamic Development)
Generally refers to elements of the Internet or computer programming that are fixed and not capable of action or change. The opposite of static is dynamic. A Web site that is static can only supply information that is written into the HTML and this information will not change unless the change is written into the source code.
Acting by weight not motion, in contrast to dynamic.
As in "static web page." Means that the web page was not created dynamically from a database, but instead previously created and saved as a HTML file. [ edit
Static means unchanging, not moving. In the context of an IP Address, it means that the address stays the same each time that you logon or connect to the Internet. Most static IP addresses are on permanent connections, that stay on the Internet all the time, but some are on home dialup connections. In an IP context, the opposite of dynamic.
An ad that is fixed and not interactive or moving, as opposed to a dynamic or moving image.
acting by weight not motion, as opposed to dynamic.
A copy group serialization value specifying that a file must not be modified during a backup or archive operation. If the file is in use during the first attempt, Tivoli Storage Manager will not back up or archive the file. See serialization. Contrast with dynamic, shared dynamic, and shared static.
Fixed in position; resting; without motion.
1. Electrical discharges in the atmosphere that interfere with radio or television reception. 2. Not moving or progressing. At rest. Inactive. Stationary.
As in "static web page." This is a web page that was not created dynamically on-the-fly from database content, but instead was previously created and saved as a HTML file. Static pages can be altered only by directly changing the HTML source code. See also: Database-Generated, HTML Source, Spider Trap, Stop Character
A fixed non-varying condition, without motion. Atmospheric noise, as in a receiver.