Dynamic Hypertext Mark-Up Language (DHTML)

Technology / Computers / Dynamic Hypertext Mark-Up Language (DHTML): Stands for Dynamic HTML. This term applies to many web design standards such as HTML, JavaScript and CSS where these elements may be intermixed to create more dynamic design elements. By using DHTML, users can have the ability to drag or click preset design features of a web page.

Other Words for Dynamic

Dynamic Adjective Synonyms: dynamical, vigorous, active, forceful, energetic, potent, powerful, high-powered, lively, spry, vital, electric, spirited, zealous, eager, emphatic
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Other Words for Language

Language Attributive Synonyms: speech, tongue, idiom, parlance, dialect, idiolect, patois, jargon, cant, argot, vernacular, lingo
Language Noun Synonyms: jargon, lingua franca, vocabulary, terminology, vernacular, lingo
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Language

Entertainment / Literature / Language: A particular system of signs used by members of a group to communicate with each other. These signs can be verbal sounds, sign language gestures, or written markings like letters. MORE

Isolating Language

Entertainment / Literature / Isolating Language: In now obsolete language studies, linguists used the label 'isolating' to refer to a language with words that tend not to vary--i.e., one in which each idea tends to be expressed by a single monosylla MORE

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

Technology / Computers / Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): The protocol that dictates the methods browsers and servers use to communicate over the Internet. HTTP allows a web browser to request HTML documents from a Web server. MORE

Mini Structured Query Language (MSQL)

Technology / Computers / Mini Structured Query Language (MSQL): A lightweight client/server database that is the popular choice for open source developers. It is designed to provide quick access to data while only requiring a small amount of memory. MORE

Native Language

Entertainment / Literature / Native Language: The first language or the preferred language of any particular speaker. MORE

Ov Language

Entertainment / Literature / Ov Language: A language that tends to place the grammatical object before the verb in a sentence. Japanese is an example of an OV language. Contrast with VO languages. (pronounced 'oh-vee') MORE

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