This section is an introduction to advanced topics in HTML.
For a good reference work on this topic, consider Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference, by Danny Goodman (O'Reilly, 1998).
Dynamic HTML is a term used to mean a variety of things, most commonly it means writing an HTML page such that the page content is generated 'on-the-fly'. Examples include a web page that adapts itself to a user's particular browser, the familiar 'mouse-over' image manipulation, form field checking, status line scrolls, and so on.
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