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 <p><b>Comparing XPFE and DHTML</b>  <p><b>Comparing XPFE and DHTML</b>
   
<p>In many ways XPFE is very similar to <a href="http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/">DHTML</a>.  Dynamic HTML is a combination of HTML with JavaScript<p>In many ways XPFE is very similar to <a href="http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/">DHTML</a>.  Dynamic HTML is a combination of HTML with
and CSS that allows a developer to create a Web application that is contained within the content area of a browser.  XPFE provides a logical evolution toJavaScript and CSS that allows a developer to create an application that is contained within the content area of a browser.  XPFE provides a logical
this idea by allowing the creation of applications that are more powerful, more flexible and that can live outside of the browser window as stand-aloneevolution to this idea by allowing the creation of applications that are more powerful, more flexible and that can live outside of the browser window
programs.as stand-alone programs.
   
 <p>Figure 2 below illustrates the similarities between XPFE and DHTML.  Both use JavaScript to create functionality, both use CSS to format design and  <p>Figure 2 below illustrates the similarities between XPFE and DHTML.  Both use JavaScript to create functionality, both use CSS to format design and
 layout, and both use a fairly simple mark-up language to describe content.  The difference between the two is that one of these mark-up languages is HTML  layout, and both use a fairly simple mark-up language to describe content.  The difference between the two is that one of these mark-up languages is HTML

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