HTML and DHTML Reference
This section contains reference information for the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) API.
Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Object Model References
This section contains a list of the collections exposed by the DHTML Object Model.DHTML Constants
This section lists the constants in the DHTML Object Model.DHTML Events
This section contains the events exposed by the DHTML Object Model.DHTML Methods
This section contains a list of the methods exposed by the DHTML Object Model.DHTML Objects
This section contains a list of the objects defined by DHTML.DHTML Properties
This section contains a list of the properties in the DHTML Object Model.
HTML Character Sets
Character sets determine how the bytes that represent the text of your HTML document are translated to readable characters. Windows Internet Explorer interprets the bytes in your document according to the applied character set translations.HTML Elements
This section contains a list of elements defined by HTML. The links take you to the element definitions, which contain the set of members for the element.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) References
Colors can be specified in HTML pages by using numbers to denote an RGB color value, or by using a color name. In Internet Explorer 9 and later, you can also define colors by hue-saturation-lightness (HSL) values and alpha transparency.Command Identifiers
Command identifiers specify an action to take on the given object.Default Behaviors Reference
Introduction to DHTML Behaviors provides a means for Web developers to extend the current Internet Explorer object model. A number of behaviors have been implemented as part of Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and are referred to as default behaviors.Language Codes
The following table lists all the possible language codes used to specify various system settings.Tips and Tricks
As with any type of programming, writing bug-free, efficient scripts that meet your expectations takes a bit of work. The following sections provide some tips and hints to make that work take less time and go more smoothly.Visual Filters and Transitions Reference
As of Internet Explorer 4.0, you can apply multimedia-style effects to your Web pages using visual filters and transitions. You can apply visual filters and transitions to standard HTML controls, such as text containers, images, and other windowless objects. Transitions are time-varying filters that create a transition from one visual state to another. By combining filters and transitions with basic scripting, you can create visually engaging and interactive documents.