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ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR DHTML DEVELOPMENT in INTERNET EXPLORER: Listed here are Links to Online DHTML Programming Tutorials Regarding Coding DHTML Compatible pages for Internet Explorer.

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
HTML elements in IE 4 now all support a style object, which is essentially the "dynamic" object used to manipulate the look and "feel" of that element. Like the tag, elements can also be assigned an "id" attribute, which can then be used to identify it during scripting. For example:

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
I recently began taking on and learning IE 4's implementation of DHTML, and realized that there's a lot more to it than its NS counterpart. It's a lot more powerful, but at the same time, and lot more complicated to grasp

Set IE default startup page script
This script allows your visitors to change Internet Explorer's default startup page to your web site's URL

IE5 Proprietary Calendar
Straight from the abnormally large brains of Microsoft developers comes this script. Utilizing IE 5's support for DHTML behaviors, Microsoft has made this highly stable and attractive calendar script for those needing a calendar to use on their site. Functional in IE 5 and up, and invisible to all other browsers. Three cheers to our masters

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
As I began taking on and learning IE 4's implementation of DHTML, and realized that there's a lot more to it than its NS counterpart. DHTML in Internet Explorer does not rely on any one tag, but rather, new objects and properties that stem out of the usual HTML tags you're used to working with, such as and . It's a lot more powerful, but at the same time, a lot more complicated to grasp.

Internet Explorer DHTML Edit
The vulnerability is caused due to an error in the DHTML Edit ActiveX control when handling the "execScript()" function in certain situations. This can be exploited to execute arbitrary script code in a user's browser session in context of an arbitrary site

DHTML in Internet Explorer
It works in NN (surprise! surprise! :-), but not in IE. How does one access the equivalent of the visibility property (as defined in the Netscape DOM) of a layer in IE? Can anybody point me to the IE equivalent of Netscape's "Javascript Client Side Reference Guide"?

IE4 and 5 Demos
These demos are compatible with Internet Explorer 4 and 5. They contain a wide range of demos including pull down menus, drag and drop, animations, mouseovers and a wide variety of multimedia demos including sound and video control. These demos are presented "as is" due to limitations in my time I am unable to modify them for users. If you would like to learn more about DHTML many of these examples are explained line by line in my book, Dynamic HTML: The HTML Developer's Guide.

DHTML Menus For IE and Other Browsers
DHTML menus are one of the most popular ways to use dynamic HTML. They allow you to have crisp menus on your site while providing additional information to your customers as they mouse over the links

IE DOM/DHTML Bugs
During the re-write of the Schedule Maker, I’ve encountered a number of ‘issues’ that exist when developing cross-browser web applications, mainly in Internet Explorer. I’ll point out a couple important ones here

 

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Internet Explorer DHTML
In the absence of an industry standard for its document object model, Microsoft invented its own model, along with a vocabulary of objects, properties, methods, and object collections (arrays). While many of the concepts of the IE 4 model found their way into the HTML portion of the W3C DOM recommendation, the W3C crafted an entirely new architecture for its core model, along with its own vocabulary set

DHTML for IE 5 and Netscape 6
The development of robust DHTML front–ends for ASP applications has been a challenge for developers seeking to support both the IE and Netscape browsers. With Netscape 6 now available, the cross–browser DHTML landscape is ready to undergo a significant change. Michael Boone examines Netscape 6's extensive support for W3C's DOM

IE Examples
Several script examples of animations and effects for Internet Explorer.

MSHTML Editor
Activedit takes in a couple of attributes, such as name, the name of the form field that will store the HTML contents when you click submit. You pass these attributes, to Activedit via a Cold Fusion Custom Tag interface, which is a lot like calling a function, if you are familiar with other programming languages. Activedit uses a combination of ColdFusion/Java, Java Script, dHTML, and ActiveX to display the control on the web page. You can pass attributes that can change the color, size, or visibility of almost every object that the control uses. It uses the IE DHTMLEdit (DHTMLSafe) MSHTML Editor

Enhanced DHTML
Internet Explorer is the first of the 5th generation web browsers, and takes advantage of the latest web technologies. Probably the most important of these is the World Wide Web Consortium's Document Object Model (the DOM). This forms the basis for any web browser scripting, by describing all the main elements of a web page and the browser, and how they should interact. Microsoft has implemented this as Dynamic HTML (DHTML), and has made put it at the heart of Internet Explorer 5.0.

Microsoft IE DHTML
Windows contains a flaw that may allow a malicious user to execute arbitrary code. The issue is triggered when certain DHTML methods are used, leading to a race condition when one thread reads data from memory that has either been overwritten by another thread or has not yet been initialized by another thread. It is possible that the flaw may allow arbitrary code execution resulting in a loss of integrity

DHTML editor for IE 0.9.
This is just a quick and dirty WYSIWYG HTML editor that you can include as part of your project to let your users to insert HTML code directly thru a visual interface. This script requires IE 5.0 or better as client. This code is released under the GPL license. This script is pure DHTML (HTML with Javascript), it doesn't require any server-side scripting. The strings and help file are in Spanish but can easily be changed to any other language.

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
HTML elements in IE 4 now all support a style object, which is essentially the "dynamic" object used to manipulate the look and "feel" of that element. Like the tag, elements can also be assigned an "id" attribute, which can then be used to identify it during scripting. For example

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
The style object contains many properties, and by manipulating these properties, you can alter the look of an element, dynamically. I'll show some of these properties now

DHTML Views In IE
Breaking Par had a customer which wanted a categorized view on the web. Some of the customer's users were behind a firewall that blocked external Java, so using the Java view applet was not a good solution. And the customer didn't like the round trip to the server every time a category was expanded or collapses. A DHTML solution was the only way. So Matt Holthe, Breaking Par's lead developer, came up with a DHTML solution using IE (all the customer's users had IE 4 or 5). He liked the solution so much, he decided to write an article on it for the on-line monthly magazine Domino Power.

Layout problem with DHTML in Internet Explorer 6
I'd like an explanation on the IE quirk that causes this, and how to program around it (either through modifying the page with js, or the html itself that wont cause the problem to arise). Note, that this works fine in firefox/mozilla, and I've only verified that it misfunctions in IE6 on WinXP, as thats my development computer

DHTML Behaviors
Internet Explorer 5.0 has been released to developers for review. This version includes several enhancements that we'll cover in this and in the next few columns. We recommend to study these features now, even if you still don't have the new version. You may find that you are putting a lot of effort today to build capabilities that will come for free in IE 5.0. This column covers one of the more important additions to IE, DHTML Behaviors.

DHTML in Internet Explorer 4
The style object contains many properties, and by manipulating these properties, you can alter the look of an element, dynamically. I'll show some of these properties now:

 

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