Preview: Using Dynamic HTML with Internet Explorer 4.0

Microsoft has posted a whitepaper titled "Introducing Internet Explorer 4.0's Dynamic HTML" that discusses the upcoming Trident technology in the company's new Web browser. Dynamic HTML introduces a new Object Model for scripting languages and provides developers with more control over the appearance, interactivity and style of Web-based content. Dynamic HTML is also fully compatible with the W3C Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

If you develop Web sites, this whitepaper is a must-read. A version in Word document format is also available.

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Introducing Internet Explorer 4.0's Dynamic HTML
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