Inside Technique : Positioning Library
Both Netscape Navigator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0 provide support for CSS Positioning (CSS-P). CSS-P allows HTML elements to be positioned with pixel-precise accuracy anywhere in the document. The advantages of CSS-P is that it removes many of the layout limitations of HTML.
While CSS and CSS-P allows fairly interoperable pages to be created, both browsers expose incompatible object models for manipulating the elements. DHTMLLib, The Dynamic Positioning Library, addresses these differences and hides them from your code.
We invite you to return with Netscape Navigator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0 to explore how DHTMLLib can simplify your web-development and allow you to create interactive web pages. We have created a fully interactive demonstration of the library plus 2 games (4-tris and The Mars Puzzle) that demonstrate DHTMLLib in use.
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