Teach Domino new Web tricks with DHTML

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Michael Patrick

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: August 01, 2000

This article shows how to use DHTML to work around two common annoyances in Domino Web development: one example switches between tabs of a tabbed table without hitting the server to refresh the page; another puts more than one embedded view on a form.

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