We, W3C member Microsoft hereby submit to the Consortium the following specification comprising the document(s) linked below:
which collectively are referred to as "the submission". We request the submission be known as the Dynamic HTML submission.
Dynamic HTML is an API for accessing and manipulating an HTML document. This object model allows web developers to create truly interactive, live content. The Dynamic HTML object model allows the developer to manipulate the entire HTML document without requiring any round-trips to the server, nor without requiring the developer to ever refresh the page. This allows developers to move beyond the traditional static HTML page into the world of dynamically changing documents.
Microsoft agrees to grant, and does grant to W3C, a nonexclusive, royalty-free license under any copyrights in this contribution to reproduce, distribute, display publicly and prepare derivative works that are based on or incorporate all or part of the contribution and to authorize others to do so. Microsoft also grants W3C the right, without cost, to freely implement and use the technology described in this contribution in W3C work. Microsoft agrees that, upon adoption of this contribution as a W3C standard, any W3C member will be able to obtain a right from Microsoft to implement and use the technology described in this contribution under reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms to be negotiated with Microsoft. Microsoft expressly reserves all other rights it may have in the material and subject matter of this contribution.
Microsoft expressly disclaims any and all warranties or representations regarding this contribution including any warranty that the implementation of this contribution is free from the rights of others.
The submission may distributed within the membership internally and publically outside of the W3C without fee.
We suggest that the Consortium establish a separate working group for collaborating on the specification of an API for manipulating the HTML document. The goal of such group is to make a formal recommendation for an API. We also request that these documents be made publicly available immediately.
To help with this work, we expect to be able to provide resources to contribute to a working group and to author drafts.
We expect to produce more detailed documentation in the near future. This documentation is a resubmission of existing documents to fulfill 'process' requirements. 2 new documents were included in this submission to help provide more details on the API and its objectives to the W3C.
Inquiries from the public or press about this submission should be directed to: Scott Isaacs <email@example.com> (206) 936-9549
this 8th day of January, 1997,