DHTML

DHTML (Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language) is the combination of HTML, browser scripting such as JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and browser specific coding such as filters. It is a collection of technologies that are being developed to make HTML more dynamic and interactive. Dynamic HTML is an implementation of JavaScript written to allow high level client-side browser manipulation. DHTML refers to web content that changes each time it is viewed. Dynamic HTML allows a web page to change after it’s loaded into the browser -there doesn’t have to be any communication with the web server for an update. It is a combination of technologies used to produce dynamic web content, for example web pages that the visitor can interact with such as drop down menus, highlighting links when the mouse is moved over them etc. DHTML is often browser specific and may not work on all computers viewing the internet. DHTML technology may not work in older browsers and some DHTML technology is not cross-browser specific. DHTML is not a standard defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It is merely a marketing term used to describe the technologies that newer browsers support. Solver Circle Ltd use DHTML technology if requested by client. DHTML is not a separate language itself. But DHTML allows advanced techniques that common HTML cannot perform.