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So. . . DHTML, huh?

This series of articles introduces the concepts and application of Dynamic HTML (DHTML). Its intent is to provide basic introduction to DHTML and how it is applied. Through articles, discussions and examples given, you will be able to develop your own dynamic web pages.

The instruction and examples in this tutorial will cover most of the basic concepts of using DHTML, along with recommendations for successfully overcoming cross-browser issues associated with DHTML. We will also discuss the World Wide Web Consortium's Document Object Model, or W3C DOM for short. The World Wide Web Consortium is an independant organization that issues many of the current standards for web development. The W3C DOM allows you to access and manipulate objects and elements on your web page. Before beginning this tutorial, you should be familiar with basic JavaScript, CSS, and HTML.

To continue with this tutorial, you may select any of the sections listed in the left column, or click the Next link located at the bottom, right of this page.