Dynamic HTML: A useful standard remains elusive

Bray, Tim
December 1997
Network World;12/15/97, Vol. 14 Issue 50, Intranet p10
Trade Publication
States that Intranet builders who want to made their Webs faster, smarter and better are excited by the potential of dynamic HTML. Features of the dynamic HTML; Discussion on the making of contents of documents accessible by use of HTML; Information on the investment advise given to Web designers regarding HTML.


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