DHTML eliminates the boring elements of static pages without compromising performance and interactivity. It uses the user’s computer to calculate and make effective the changes so that the site does not have to make use of a distant server to load or even reload a document so that text and data do not have to go on a circuitous route that can consume time before it can carry-out the changes. DHTML are also self-contained so no additional support from applications or controls are needed.
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