DHTML stands for a dynamic hypertext markup language. DHTML and HTML do not compete with each other, but DHTML is clearly an extension of HTML and uses different web technologies. HTML is used to create static web pages, while DHTML is used to create more interactive and dynamic web pages. It can be used to create intuitive and dynamic user interfaces with animations. The point is not to use a particular technology or standard, but to use a combination of different technologies to achieve the result. These different technologies used in DHTML are called components.
DHTML was first introduced by Microsoft in 1997 in Internet Explorer version 4, without which only static web pages would exist. Using static web pages has some disadvantages and inconveniences. Static pages do not provide interactivity for the user. It is not possible to display dynamic behavior without reloading the page. However, DHTML allows this.
DHTML allows the client to make dynamic changes to elements of the page without reloading the page. DHTML is very broad and can be used to load web pages for different users, to load different views, or to load different values set by the user. DHTML is a very broad concept and can be used to load web pages for different users, different views, or different values set by the user.
As mentioned at the beginning, DHTML uses a number of web technologies called DHTML elements; DHTML combines these elements to make web pages interactive or animated.
HTML is a client-side markup language used to create static web pages. HTML is the basic building block of DHTML: it defines the elements that appear on a web page. HTML uses different elements and tags to define the structure of elements. However, HTML can only create static web pages and does not allow users to dynamically change the values of elements on the client-side. HTML is, however, an essential element in the creation of web pages.