The Need for DHTML - HTML

DHTML, when used correctly, can significantly enhance the user experience. DHTML was originally best known for its flashy effects, and these still exist, but their importance is questionable, and when used improperly they can be annoying for your users. Fancy text animations and bouncing balls might be fun to write, but they’re not so much fun for the user. This chapter focuses on the more practical aspects of DHTML. Most of these have to do with navigation. After all, your Web site is all about the user experience. Whenever you create an enhancement to your Web site, you should always ask, “Does this improve the user experience? Can they navigate my site more easily? Read my Web page more easily?”


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