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Dynamic HyperText Markup Language. Contrary to its name, DHTML is not a new version of HTML - the Hyper Text Markup Language used to generate Web pages. DHTML is the combination of several browser features which, together, permit a Web page to be more 'dynamic'. Dynamic in this sense means the ability for the Web page to change its look and features after the page has been loaded; perhaps dependent upon the selection of various options. The recent versions of the most popular Web browsers all offer DHTML support.

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