WFC Dynamic HTML Package

Conventional Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) pages are static. HTML pages can't read and process user input, nor can they change in appearance once they have been downloaded to a browser. The introduction of the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) standard has changed all that. DHTML tags can be modified even after the browser has downloaded and displayed the page. This ability allows DHTML-based pages to react to user input without external assistance.

Accessing the dynamic features of DHTML has not been easy for the Java programmer. Fortunately, MS Visual J Plus Plus v6 eases this burden by providing direct access to the DHTML standard from your Java app. Comments