Dynamic HTML is a collective term for a combination of new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) tags and options, style sheets, and programming that will let you create web pages that are more animated and responsive to user interaction than previous versions of HTML. Much of dynamic HTML is specified in HTML 4.0 Dynamic HTML can allow web documents to look and act like desktop applications or multimedia productions E-MAIL Electronic Mail or e-mail involves sending electronic correspondence from one computer to another over a network or the Internet.
This was independently defined by Microsoft and Netscape and implemented in version 4 of their browsers to allow for more dynamic and user-interactive...
A more powerful model for HTML that allows absolute control of positioning of elements on a page and more powerful control of events. It is supported by...
HTML is the language that describes how text and images are displayed on a Web page. Dynamic HTML presents richly formatted pages that lets users interact with the content on those pages without having to download additional content from the server. This means that a page can respond immediately to user actions, such as a mouse click, without having to retrieve an entire new page from the server. Dynamic HTML gives developers precise control over formatting, fonts, and layout, and provides a dramatically enhanced object model for making pages interactive.
The next generation of HTML, the language that specifies exactly how text and images will be displayed on a web page. Dynamic HTML, developed by Netscape and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), is based entirely on industry-standard HTML and Java. New features in Dynamic HTML, such as absolute positioning, give designers and developers greater control over the look and feel of web pages.
A form of HTML used to add dynamic capabilities and interactivity to Web pages.
Any technology that adds an interactive element to an HTML page.
Refers to new HTML extensions that will enable a Web page to react to user input without sending requests to the Web server.
A web technology that enables elements inside your web page to be dynamic or interactive. Things once considered unchangeable once the page has loaded, such as text, page styles (font color, size etc), element position, etc., can now all be changed dynamically, thanks to DHTML. It brings your web pages one step closer to how things look inside your television, where images appear and disappear, text flies in and out, and content moves around freely inside the screen. Dynamic HTML can also make your pages interactive by allowing for onscreen games, puzzles, magnifying glasses, etc. Not to be confused with DYNAMIC PAGES.
a more powerful model for HTML that allows absolute control of positioning of elements on a page and more powerful control of events. Older browers don't support any or all of the elements of DHTML.
A collection of features that extends the capabilities of traditional HTML, giving Web authors more flexibility, design options, and creative control over the appearance and behaviour of Web pages.
the new version of the basic Web page creation language which include improved ways to produce graphical devices such as flashing buttons.
Refers to Web content that changes each time it is viewed. For example, the same URL could result in a different page depending on the geographic location of the user, time of day and/or the profile of the user
(DHTML) Dynamic HTML is a collective term for a combination of new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) tags and options, style sheets, and programming that will let you create Web pages more animated and more responsive to user interaction than previous versions of HTML. Simple examples of dynamic HTML pages would include having the color of a text heading change when a user passes a mouse over it or allowing a user to "drag and drop" an image to another place on a Web page.
Dynamic HTML ( DHTML) is a standard, new in 1998/09, with additions to the previous HTML 3.2 that give you control over the look of your page. Style Sheets allow definition of different styles for text (color, margin size, fonts). Content Positioning allows determining where elements of the page appear in the browser window. Downloadable fonts guarantee that the font in which you set text will be used even if that font is not available on the client machine. In DHTML, scripts can be used to alter the content of a page; for example, changes can be made based on the particular browser being used. See HTML | CSS | Links | | Links
(DHTML) An extension of the HTML language that enables the creation of presentation effects for text and objects.
A series of extensions to the HTML language that enable an HTML page to be dynamically modified. A group of HTML pages that work together can be used to create a Web-based application. DHTML applications contain objects and events and are processed on the client within the Web browser.
DHTML is an HTML enhancement that allows an animation, interaction, and dynamic updating to occur in web pages. DHTML takes advantage of features of Hypertext Markup Language(HTML), Cascading Style Sheets(CSS), and the Document Object Model(DOM). (This is not currently supported by all browsers.)
web pages generated on demand by data in databases or using similar technology. Can create ranking problems because a search engine's spider may not retrieve relevant content.
Refers to Web content that changes each time it is viewed. For example, the same URL could result in a different page depending on any number of parameters, such as
( DHTML): Newer type of HTML that allows inclusion of more graphical interest and interactivity in a Web page, without the Web page having to access the Web server. Web pages using DHTML update and change themselves on the client's (user's) computer, resulting in a faster display than Web pages created with basic HTML. 15.36
(DHTML) A language for building "unfixed" pages, i.e. pages whose content changes on receipt of further information (such as the contents of a database).
Dynamic HTML or DHTML is a term used for a collection of technologies, used together to create interactive and animated web sites by using a combination of static markup language (such as HTML), a client-side scripting language (such as Java Script), the presentation definition language (Cascading Style Sheets), and the Document Object Model.