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Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language extends HTML to enable web pages to react to the end userís input, letting them look and act more like desktop applications. DHTML allows the inclusion of small animations and dynamic menus, among other things, in web pages. Developers using DHTML often take advantage of style sheets and JavaScript. If youíre looking for ways to make your website more interactive, check out the articles in this section.

  Date Title Author Hits
  08-30-07  Style Sheet Property Reference O'Reilly Media 33440
  04-24-07  Using Sliders with the Scriptaculous Framework Alejandro Gervasio 30671
  10-25-07  Ruby-Position, Size, and Other Style Sheet Properties O'Reilly Media 29855
  05-01-07  Adding More Features to Sliders with the Scriptaculous Framework Alejandro Gervasio 29107
  09-27-07  Floats, Fonts, and Other Style Sheet Property References O'Reilly Media 28358
  10-05-04  Cross-browser Functionality with Branching Dan Wellman 28149
  05-16-07  Completing a Noisy Image Application Alejandro Gervasio 26459
  05-14-07  A Basic Method for Building Noisy Images Alejandro Gervasio 25398
  10-11-07  Marks, Orphans, and More Style Sheet Properties O'Reilly Media 23535
  04-18-07  Using Combination Effects with the Scriptaculous DHTML Library Alejandro Gervasio 23494
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Total DHTML Articles = 23

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