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DHTML: Dynamic hypertext markup language (also known as dHTML or dynamic HTML), which allows web pages to change even after the page has been loaded in a user's browser.
NET and Dynamic HyperText Markup Language, senior vice president, information technology.
Later, normally contentious companies managed to agree on a standard for Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and the user-friendly graphical interface of the World Wide Web opened the Internet up to regular folks.
XHTML Retains Key Style Features and Functionality of Original Documents SAN FRANCISCO -- Business Wire is the first news wire to distribute news via Extensible HyperText Markup Language of the company.
When a PowerLynX message is received as an email, for example, the recipient is able to open the message as a hypertext markup language (HTML) document and interact with it in a manner similar to forms available on a Web portal.
GXS already offers VPN services, hypertext markup language (HTML) forms-based exchange and Web services exchange over the Internet - primarily for companies with low transaction volumes.
7 builds on this freedom by enabling a hypertext markup language/dynamic hypertext markup language (HTML/DHTML) query option.
That means merchants can send their transactions to EPX through an SSL connection without having to wrap them in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) code.