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This tutorial gives you the extensive idea about the DHTML and how it can be made to work on your site without pages of code being included.

DHTML Tutorial

DHTML, which stands for Dynamic HTML , is a very popular mode of making a static web page look attractive and impressive. In fact it is not a standard defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). DHTML is a "marketing term" used by Netscape and Microsoft to describe the new technologies the 4.x generation browsers would support.

This tutorial will teach you about how to DHTML can be made to work on your site without pages and pages of code being included. The lesson is especially for those people who don't know much about the programming, although they are interested in making their web sites.


In the tutorial, you will be briefed about the simple DHTML that can be made to work on your site without pages of code being included. To most people DHTML means a combination of HTML 4.0, Style Sheets and JavaScript. Dynamic HTML is a term used by some vendors to describe the combination of HTML, style sheets and scripts that allows documents to be animated.

DHTML is a sophisticated system, which makes the web experience faster and more interactive for end users. Another important feature about the DHTML is that it requires four independent components to work like HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, Scripting and the Document Object Model.

In fact, DHTML is merely a browser feature or enhancement and not scripting languages like JavaScript. It gives you the browser the ability to be dynamic. It is also a collection of features that together help you in making your web page dynamic.

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Posted on: October 4, 2013

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