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Thread: HTML & DHTML

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    Fred Guest

    Default HTML & DHTML

    What is the difference between HTML and DHTML? Most of the elements are common to both of them and at the Microsoft (MSDN)documentation page I dont see any difference between theirs explanations? For example the &#060;A&#062; tag&#039s explanation on MSDN is the same for HTML and DHTML, what gives????<BR><BR>Can anyone help me clear this confusion? Or can you direct to meany web page or documentation that will help me clear this up?<BR><BR>Thanks for your help.<BR><BR>Fred

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: HTML & DHTML

    DHTML is a term that describes using a combination of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the browser&#039s Document Object Model in order to create interactive, or "Dynamic," web pages. There is actually no such thing as a DHTML tag.

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