Microsoft posts Dynamic HTML information

Microsoft has compiled a list of articles, references, samples, and Q&A to introduce Web developers to Dynamic HTML, and help you get started using this new technology. The new Dynamic HTML Web site includes an overview, white papers, the Dynamic HTML object model, a technology comparison between Dynamic HTML and Netscape's proprietary alternative, a FAQ, a reference guide, and a Dynamic HTML Gallery.

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