Those nice people at Macromedia believe in the idea of universal multimedia which will run on any browser – well, at least on Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Communicator. So they’ve set up the Dynamic HTML zone at http://www.dhtmlzone.com which reveals tips and tricks, offers tutorials, links to other DHTML resources and so on. You probably know by now that when URLs take the above form (ie with www at the front, a name followed by dot com and no fancy stuff) all you have to enter is the name – in this case dhtmlzone will get you there. Try it.
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