allow web pages to change and interact with the user without having to
controlled by code that is downloaded with the HTML. It does this by
manipulating the Document Object Model (DOM).
The term DHTML is often also taken to include the use of "style" information to
give finer control of HTML layout. The style information can be supplied as
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) or as "style" attributes (which can be manipulated
separate file referred to from the HTML. Some web browsers allow other languages
DHTML can be viewed in Internet Explorer 4+, Firefox and Netscape Communicator
4+ but, as usual, Microsoft disagree on how DHTML should be implemented. The
Document Object Model Group of the World Wide Web Consortium is developing
standards for DHTML.
Dynamic Drive Overlay « Dynamic Execution « Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol « Dynamic HTML »
DYnamic LANguage » dynamic link » dynamic link