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Chapter 24. Introduction to Dynamic HTML > Dynamic Styles with Cascading Style ...

Dynamic Styles with Cascading Style Sheets

Similar to CSS positioning, discussed in the preceding section, both Internet Explorer and Navigator have the capability to specify and/or dynamically change the format and style of HTML elements through style sheets and the object model that each browser uses. Navigator can use JavaScript only to specify formatting styles at load time, whereas Internet Explorer can establish them at load time and also dynamically change them.

Table 9.1 in Chapter 9 gives a very good listing of the formatting attributes of style sheets. These attributes can be manipulated by scripts running in either Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer, although, like CSS positioning, the object reference in each browser differs slightly.


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