Microsoft posts Internet Explorer 4.0/Dynamic HTML demo pages

Microsoft has created an Internet Explorer 4.0 Demos page that shows off Dynamic HTML. Dynamic HTML extends the capabilities of HTML and was developed with the W3C, the governing body that controls future versions of HTML. Dynamic HTML offers a complete HTML Object Model, so that you can access every HTML tag on a page, even after it loads. It also supports 2D positioning, allowing for precise object positioning. Check out the demo page for more details

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