- CSS Codes
- Horizontal CSS Menus
- Vertical CSS Menus
- Image CSS
- Form CSS
- DIVs and containers
- Links & Buttons
- CSS3 demos
- CSS Layouts
- Two Columns
- Three Columns
- Fixed layouts
- Liquid Layouts
- CSS Frames
Confused about what DHTML is even? Well, you've come to the right page. We've compiled a list of FAQs regarding DHTML.
script related FAQs.
Read up on the top script related questions on Dynamic Drive, and their solutions.
1) What is DHTML?
2) What is DHTML Script?
5) Which browsers support DHTML, and how will non-supporting browsers handle DHTML?
6) Is there anything I should be aware of before using the scripts on Dynamic Drive?
7) Can I link back to Dynamic Drive?
8) Can I submit a script to Dynamic Drive?
9) I've inserted a script from Dynamic Drive, but it doesn't "work". What should I do?
Q) What is DHTML?
A) DHTML, or Dynamic HTML, is a new web technology that enables elements inside your web page to be, well, dynamic. Things once considered unchangeable once the page has loaded, such as text, page styles (font color, size etc), element position, etc, can now all be changed dynamically, thanks to DHTML. It brings your web pages one step closer to how things look inside your television, where images appear and disappear, text flies in and out, and content move around freely inside the screen.
Q) What is DHTML
Q) How does DHTML
Q) How does Dynamic
A) In two important ways:
1) Dynamic Drive contains ONLY DHTML scripts that utilize the new DHTML technology.
2) Most scripts in Dynamic Drive are original ones, written by the folks right here at Dynamic Drive. We do, however, welcome submissions from outside programmers, since we know the best DHTML scripts are not written by us, but by you!
Q) Which browsers
support DHTML, and how will non-supporting browsers handle DHTML?
A) Netscape 4+ and Internet Explorer 4+ both support DHTML, although to different extents. IE 4 is more complete in it's support of DHTML, so you will find more scripts in Dynamic Drive for IE 4+ (marked with the IE label beside the script). Regardless of which browser the scripts are written for, all of them are designed to be as compatible as possible to all browsers, including NS 3- and IE 3-. Having said that, you should always test a script on multiple browsers to ensure that it degrades well with all of them.
Q) Is there anything
I should be aware of before using the scripts on Dynamic Drive?
Q) Can I link back
to Dynamic Drive
A) Of course! In fact, a simple link back to us is the most important thing you as the surfer can do for us. While many sites require that its surfers link back if he/she uses their services, we don't like to force people to do anything unless they feel they have truly benefited from our services. If you feel that Dynamic Drive has bought about a positive impact to you or your web site, then please link back to us from your site. Click here for graphics to use...
Q) Can I submit a
script to Dynamic Drive?
A) Yes. We would be too arrogant if we only showcased our own DHTML scripts. After all, as we mentioned eariler, we know that the best DHTML scripts are written by YOU, not us. We're constantly surprised as we surf the net by the innovativeness and greatness of a DHTML script on some web site. Dynamic Drive is about the best DHTML scripts on the net, and if you're the author of one, then please submit it to us for showcasing!
Q) I've inserted a
script from Dynamic Drive, but it doesn't "work". What should I do?
A) First off, make sure you've browsed our "Top Script related questions of Dynamic Drive" for the most common questions asked, and their solutions. If you require additional help, please either post in our forum (where your questions will be exposed to hundreds of other users and developers), or email us directly. Note that due to the amount of emails we get daily, plus time constraints, we may not be able to address every incoming email. If the matter is urgent, please resend after 2 days if you do not receive a response.