DHTML Articles

Is DHTML Dead?

September 1997 saw the release of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 4, an event which not only changed the face of web development but officially marked the start of the infamous ‘Browser Wars’.

HTML Client for Web Services using DHTML Behavior

In this example we will access a Web Service created in C# from an HTML client. The client does not use .Net Framework directly and instead accesses the Web Service functionality using the DHTML behavior.

Spice Up Your Web Site with JavaScript

JavaScript is a scripting language designed for use within a web page and/or on a web server. It is used to create special effects within a web page. Elements such as links, images and forms can be manipulated using this powerful technology.

What Is DHTML?

It’s actually a little tough to get a handle on because it’s beginning to mean different things to a few different people. The actual term stands for Dynamic Hypertext Mark-Up Language. That’s obvious.