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XML HTML and DHTML

 
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Hi,
can any body please tell the difference between HTML,DHTML and XML
regards
deekasha
 
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Hi Deekasha,
The traditional web pages that contain pages and pages of readable material can be considered as HTML. They are static for all practical purposes, That is, the remain that way for whoever wishes to view them unless & until somebody chages the file itself.
DHTML as the name implies, is Dynamic. Content is generated dynamically when the browser requests for it. This adds a lot of spice to web pages that static pages cannot.

While HTML & DHTML are all about how data is displayed on your browser, XML is all about the data itself. Its focus is content rather than presentation.
Hope the above helps.

Originally posted by deekasha gunwant:
Hi,
can any body please tell the difference between HTML,DHTML and XML
regards
deekasha


 
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Hi deekasha,
For more details about XML visit http://www.w3schools.com/xml
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