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Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0 by Francesco Balena

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An Introduction to Dynamic HTML

Entire books have been devoted to Dynamic HTML (DHTML), and I strongly advise you to get one of them if you're seriously interested in producing DHTML programs. As I've done with plain HTML, in this chapter I can only outline the most important features of this language.

In theory, Dynamic HTML should be considered as HTML 4.0—that is, the next version of HTML. In practice, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator currently support different versions of DHTML, so it's difficult to write DHTML pages that work equally well with both browsers. From our particular point of view as Visual Basic programmers, however, this issue isn't really relevant because DHTML applications actually require Internet Explorer ...

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