Static or Dynamic?

Static - A static site is one that doesn't allow customer interaction. A static site can allow forms in which that data is sent via an email to a specified email address. It does not allow someone to "log in" to a site, or to save information like a shopping cart and retrieve it at a later time.

Dynamic - A dynamic site does everything a static site can and also allows customers to interact directly with the site. This type of website would be required to allow customers to "log in" and save infomation. It would also be required if you need features like a shopping cart, a database, or a forum. This type of website is usually more difficult to develop, can take longer to role out, and is more expensive. A dynamic site is worth it if you need those extra features. You may be contacted for additional information if you request a dynamic site.