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Summary

In this chapter, you learned how JavaScript and CSS can come together into something that some people call Dynamic HTML. When Netscape and Internet Explorer released their 4.0-level browsers, Dynamic HTML was a buzzword on every Web developer’s lips. It turned out that a great number of both browsers’ implementations were incompatible with one another, making aspects of DHTML difficult to adopt.

With both browser companies now offering 5.x- and 6.x-level browser versions, that landscape has changed somewhat. Both browsers support a common overlap of CSS, both for appearance styles and for positioning elements on the page. Using those styles, it’s possible to do a great deal of Dynamic HTML—programming style sheets—that will work cross-browser.


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