> > > Yes, the latter are formally DHTML, but you don't want to be talking > > > about DHTML in this millennium. The term carries too much derogatory > > > baggage, in my opinion. > > > > ^ Thank you, that makes all the flak I got for my from DHTML to DOM > > Scripting article worth while. > > http://icant.co.uk/articles/from-dhtml-to-dom/ > Oi! Flash also carries similar derogatory baggage, do we need a new > buzzword for using Flash well? Flash is a product name. DHTML or DOM scripting isn't. I do hire Flash designers and Flash developers or Flash Application Developers though, so there is a difference in that. > It's fine to say something is DOM Scripting if it actually use the DOM, but > not if your doing non-DOM DHTML unobtrusivesly, that would be lying. How do you NOT use the DOM when you want to do unobtrusive Scripting? Even if it is DOM-1?