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Chapter 20. Element Positioning and Styl... > Designing for the Real World

Designing for the Real World

Adding Scripts to CSS

One of the major uses for scripts is changing the values of attributes. Any element on the Web page can be controlled in this way, and position is just another attribute, amenable to alteration by your script programs.

→ The addition of scripting to CSS is part of the grouping of technologies known as Dynamic HTML or DHTML. To find more details on DHTML, see "Working with Dynamic HTML (DHTML),"


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