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Posted 18 Aug 2001

Changing content on the fly using JavaScript

, 18 Aug 2001
Using JavaScript and DHTML, content on your page can be changed dynamically and on-the-fly. Learn how to in this tutorial! You're learn three different techniques, one for IE5, NS4, and NS6.

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