DHTML, also called dynamic HTML, is a term describing the art of creating dynamic, interactive and animated web pages. In short, it is a combination of a static markup language (HTML), a client-side scripting language, a presentation definition language (CSS), and the document object model (DOM).
It enables developers to dynamically change the rendering and content of a web as the user interacts with it. Moreover, it does not require additional support from applications or integrated controls to make changes. Also, it allows web documents to look and act like multimedia productions or desktop applications.
DHTML documents are self-contained, using a script and styles to process user input and instantly manipulate the elements of HTML. All in all, it eradicates the disadvantages of static pages and enhances the server performance by reducing requests to the server.
It is very fast and zippy depending on your device and internet service provider (ISP).
It decreases the load on the server by conserving the server resources.
It enables the browser to process user data, make changes, and process code all without refreshing the page.
It is very efficient for content management mainly due to low file maintenance.
In ensures code security as the code is compiled and cannot be tampered easily.
It allows the web page to create and manage new elements spontaneously, resulting in a truly dynamic interface.