What is a Web Database?
A web database stores large amounts of structured data that can be dynamically retrieved and displayed in a web page. DMXReady applications are all examples of database-driven web pages. These pages rely on an online database in this case MS Access to store data including web content. They are interactive as well; website visitors can input data including their name, address, contact, etc. directly into the database through a web form, which can then be used later.
And, since web databases neatly organize large amount of content, your website can continuously deliver fresh/dynamic content without having to create new static web pages. This opens up a lot of possibilities for distributing large amount of content through a standardized web page template.
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