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Dynamic HTML (DHTML)

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Dynamic HTML (DHTML)

  1. 1. DYNAMIC HTML PRESENTED BY:- Ayush Sharma - 10 Himanshu Kumar - 16 Piyush Singh - 28 Pranabananda Jana - 29 Somnath Jha - 45 1
  2. 2. CONTENTS  DHTML  Features Of DHTML  Advantage Of DHTML  HTML – Brief Description  CSS - Brief Description  Scripting Example  Dom  HTML DOM Tree  Advantage Of DOM 2
  3. 3. DHTML- BRIEF DESCRIPTION  DHTML stands for Dynamic HTML.  "Dynamic" is defined as the ability of the browser to alter a web page's look and style after the document has loaded.  It just uses languages features to build dynamic web pages. 3Content
  4. 4.  All these three components are linked via Document Object Model (DOM).  Document Object Model is to provide a standard programming interface.  DHTML is NOT a scripting language  It uses different technologies. DHTML… 4Content
  5. 5.  Simplest feature is making the page dynamic.  Can be used to create animations, games, applications.  Dynamic building of web pages is simple as no plug-in is required.  Facilitates the usage of events, methods and properties and code reuse.  It makes the Web experience faster and more interactive for end users. FEATURES OF DHTML 5 Content
  6. 6. Dynamic HTML HTML content CSS style rules appearance Scripting Language manipulatemanipulate 6Content
  7. 7. ADVANTAGE OF DHTML  DHTML can make your browser dynamic and interactive.  Validation of input’s given by the user can be done at the client side, without connection to the server.  Content and design can be separated using Style sheets & uniformity of the site can be maintained using them. 7Content
  8. 8. HTML – BRIEF DESCRIPTION  HTML Stands for Hyper Text Markup Language.  An HTML file is a Text file containing small markup tags.  An HTML file can be created by using a simple Text Editor like Notepad. 8Content
  9. 9. HTML Partitions and Organizes the content 9 Content
  10. 10. HTML EXAMPLE <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>Sample</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <P><h1><b>This is a sample paragraph</b></h1></P> </BODY> </HTML> 10View Page Content
  11. 11. CSS [ CASCADING STYLE SHEETS ] element Padding Border Margin CSS: Box Model 11 Content
  12. 12. CSS- BRIEF DESCRIPTION  Cascading Style Sheet  Defining the style and layout model for HTML documents.  There are two types implementation i) Internal ii) External 12 Content
  13. 13. CSS EXAMPLE <STYLE TYPE="text/css"> BODY { background-color: #CCCCCC; } P { border: 1px solid black; background-color: #FFFFFF; margin-bottom: 1px; } </STYLE> 13View Page Content
  14. 14. SCRIPTING (JAVA SCRIPT , VB SCRIPT)  Allows you to add conditional, client-side logic and behavior to your document.  Fully object-oriented, DOM interaction and more. 14Content
  15. 15. JAVASCRIPT EXAMPLE <script type="text/javascript"> function display_message() { document.write("n This is a message"); var x=4; document.write("n Integer value of x"+x); var x="It is a String"; document.write("n String value of x"+x); }; </script> 15ContentView Page
  16. 16. DOM INTRODUCTION  DOM stands for Data Object Model.  The DOM is a W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standard.  "The W3C Document Object Model (DOM) is a platform and language-neutral interface that allows programs and scripts to dynamically access and update the content, structure, and style of a document." 16Content
  17. 17. HTML DOM TREE 17Content
  18. 18. ADVANTAGE OF DOM  The Document Object Model is a platform- and language-neutral interface.  Defines a hierarchical model of the document structure through which all document elements may be accessed.  Relatively simple to modify data structure and extract data. 18Content
  19. 19. THANK YOU… 19

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