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ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR DHTML DEVELOPMENT: A DHTML Programmers' Collection of Links to Advanced DHTML Tutorials & Guides to DHTML for those who Already at an Advanced Skill Level in DHTML Coding.

Cross-Browser JavaScript and DHTML
Learn how to write JavaScript and Dynamic HTML web pages and application UIs that work equally well on Nav4 and IE4 and degrade gracefully for older browsers.

Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
This article will also introduce techniques for coping with the W3C Document Object Model (DOM) which is supported by both Internet Explorer and the upcoming release of Netscape Navigator. Written by Martin Webb

DHTML game- Bricks
Bricks is a fun, advanced DHTML game that involves moving a "board" constantly to prevent the falling ball from touching the ground, all at the same time knocking bricks from above to rack up scores and advance (yes, there are many levels of fun!). You've probably played this game before in the past, though definitely not in your browser

Active DHTML Drop Down Menu
The drop down menu documentation guides you through a few simple steps to set up your very own DHTML Drop Down Menu.Advanced yet both Easy and Quick to implement. No knowledge of DHTML or JavaScript programming is required.

Hiding Page Elements
The article was written some time ago, and browser/plug-in developers have made great progress in eliminating and reducing the problem in their latest releases1. But problems do remain for users of older browsers and some specific browser/element combinations even in the latest browsers. A more recent user-submitted article to WebRef entitled Form Elements Overlapping A Styled Layer offers further discussion of the problem and a workaround example.

DHTML Application Toolbars
Most applications use toolbars to group user-selectable options. The browser you are using does.In this column, we will look at creating the look and behavior of Windows-like toolbars using Internet Explorer DHTML.It's a lot easier than one would think

Smooth animation using DHTML
More and more sites are using DHTML for their element animations. Ever wondered, however, why the smooth animation you created on your system, comes across slow and jerky on another? Is time, the basis of the animations, not a constant

Dhtmlmedia
With this cross browser DHTML menu you will be able to quickly implement a navigation system to guide your users around your Web site. With more than 30 different parameters, you can customize the menu to meet your Web site's needs. Full detailed documentation is provided. You do not need any knowledge of DHTML or JavaScript, just a basic understanding of HTML

Flash, DHTML Menus and Accessibility
In the process, this also gave developers a way to completely hide Flash from older screen readers and the issues they can have with it. In fact, when Flash is purely used as eye candy, it's wise to remove it from the flow of the screen reader's page so that they don't have to listen to Flash without a purpose.

DHTML Easy Countdown
An easy-to-use DHTML counter that counts down to a date and once it gets there counts up again. Simply download, add some simple HTML to your page and you're done — it's designed to be that quick. The displayed counter is styled in CSS so you can style it however you like. Below are a few live examples with various arbitrary stylings. Download the script and follow the instructions below.

Standards Based DHTML Menus
There are many ways to create DHTML menus, this tutorial will explain one way to do it using pure CSS to create drop-down menus. This tutorial takes advantage of the :hover rules in CSS2 to create a drop-down menu. This won't work in Internet Explorer 5, but will work in Netscape 7, Mozilla 1, and Opera 7. See a Sample of the Menu

 

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