Thursday, 10 March 2016

What is the difference between HTML and DHTML?

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language and DHTML is a Dynamic HTML. HTML is basically a markup language used for creating tags. But DHTML is not a language, DHTML is a web standard. Other major differences between HTML and DHTML are: 

HTML site work slowly upon client-side technologies.

DHTML sites works faster upon client-side technologies

HTML is static in nature
DHTML is dynamic in nature
HTML files are saved with .htm extension
DHTML files are saved with .dhtm extension
HTML does not make use of any methods for making it dynamic. HTML content is always static
DHTML uses events, methods and much more for providing dynamism for HTML pages
HTML pages does not require any processing from browser
DHTML requires processing from browser which changes its look and feel

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