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DHTML Tutorial

Conclusion:

Hopefully, this tutorial has given you some insight into the world of Dynamic HTML and how it can and is being used to enhance the design, functionality and user interaction of today's web sites. If you have any questions about this or any of our tutorials or tips, please send us a message using the feedback form provided. We will try to respond as soon as time permits.

The instruction and examples in this tutorial have covered most of the basic concepts of using DHTML, along with recommendations for successfully overcoming cross-browser issues associated with DHTML. We have also discussed the World Wide Web Consortium's Document Object Model, or W3C DOM for short.

Now, it's time to find out if you can benefit from this tutorial. What you need to do now is srat using some of the tools you heard about and implementing some of the things we have discussed here. With just the basic outline provided in this section, you have a lot of the information you need to help you begin writing some Dynamic HTML for yourself. Don't worry if the code doesn't work right the first or second times. Only experimenting with DHTML will you learn DHTML. Most importantly, have fun!

To reference any of the material found in this tutorial, you can select any of the sections listed in the left column.

NOTE:We are working on putting together a list of the most popular and often asked questions about DHTML. As soon as we complete this, we will develop a DHTML FAQ page that can be found at the end of this tutorial.