Quote Originally Posted by crystal.barba123 View Post
Actually most of the php pages are dynamic...it contains characters like "?" & etc ..which gets caught in Google spider's web!!
Hence its sometime difficult to rank a keyword with a dynamic URL!! The solution for this is to convert the dynamic php URL into HTML URL.
And yes keywords targeted to HTML URL do rank well!! Crawlers are more comfortable with HTML URL !!!
To repeat: There is no necessary relationship between HTML, PHP, & ASP file extensions on the one hand, and whether or not content and/or URLs are static or dynamic on the other.

Furthermore, SEs have been equipped to well handle dynamic URLs for quite some time now.

Quote Originally Posted by crystal.barba123 View Post
It also depends upon the standard .. the site is optimized!! If its an php site and well optimized than it will definitely rank well rather than the one which is a HTML site which is poorly optimized!!
Which, of course, has nothing to do with the issue.