Mixing JSPs and HTML (I)
What is your advice about developing web applications with JSPs?
Should ALL pages be JSPs? or would a mixture of JSPs and HTML not get (some)one
Re: Mixing JSPs and HTML (I)
In article <email@example.com>,
Carl Crosswhite <Carlxw@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>Should ALL pages be JSPs? or would a mixture of JSPs and HTML not get
>(some)one into trouble?
There is no problem mixing JSP, HTML and servlets into the same
application, so you can use whatever makes the most sense for
A plain HTML page will typically be served very slightly faster than
the same page as a JSP. On the other hand, if every page on your site
has some common navigation, you may want to make every page a JSP so
that you can use a jsp:include, and keep the navigation contained in a
single file. This makes changing and maintaining a site very easy.
Last Post: 09-22-2000, 10:15 AM
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