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What is DHTML?

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Pankaj Kamthan on November 27, 1999 at 03:24:59:

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Good introduction; I was tempted by the space ship! :-)

Few things you may want to check:

1. I am not sure if a browser-version-dependent definition is the norm. Often, a combination of HTML, CSS and a scripting language (JavaScript, VBScript) is termed DHTML. Also, termed as DOM Level 0. Furthermore, one could have DHTML in Opera, but it isn't in 4th generation.

2. "... DHTML is a collection of features that together, enable your web page to be dynamic." That seems to be a good definition.

3. I wonder why IE5 is not mentioned though it's been around for some time.

4. You may want to check piza.gif (from Tower of Pisa to be pisa.gif?).

5. language="" attribute in HTML script element is deprecated. See http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/interact/scripts.html#edef-SCRIPT . Use of type="" is recommended.


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