DHTML

DHTML is a shortened form of "dynamic HTML". DHTML is generally used to refer to the code behind interactive web pages not driven using plugins such as Flash or Java. The term aggregates the combined functionality available to web developers using HTML, CSS, the Document Object Model, and JavaScript.

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DOM Client Object Cross-Reference
This client object reference provides information on the common objects used in DHTML, and are intended to help you determine which properties are supported in each browser.
DHTML Demonstrations Using DOM/Style
Document Object Model (DOM) demonstrations, Cross-browser widgets, and additional resources for learning about the DOM.
Working around the Firefox 1.0.3 DHTML regression
Please note that the issues covered by this article have been fixed for the Firefox 1.0.4 release, and this document applies strictly to the 1.0.3 version of the browser.

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