Dynamic HTML

Dubbed a next-generation HTML, this is a mark-up language that describes how text and images are displayed on a Web page.

Developed by Netscape and the W3C, it is based entirely on industry-standard HTML and Java (featuring absolute positioning and layers, for example). It gives Web designers and Web developers greater control over the look and feel of their Web pages.

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NetLingo Classification: Net Programming

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