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Chapter 3. Advanced DHTML Techniques

Chapter 3. Advanced DHTML Techniques

Calling a Web page “dynamic” implies that it can change. But there must be something to change and those changes need to be remembered from Web page to Web page.

Content can, of course, be hard-coded onto Web pages, but that makes the content relatively static and difficult to change. However, if you place content and data into structures such as arrays and data objects, you gain dynamic control over the content. But what happens to the content after you load a new Web page? There are several ways to preserve your data so that Web pages can talk to each other, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.


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