DHTML, or Dynamic HTML, is a web-development technique combining HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create dynamic, interactive web pages and complex web applications. It uses the Document Object Model (DOM) to manipulate content spontaneously and respond to user interactions in real time without reloading the entire page. 

DHTML also allows for the creation of complex visual effects and elements. Examples include dropdown menus that appear when users hover over a navigation link, slideshows that display images and captions in a loop, and interactive games or quizzes that respond to user input.

With DHTML, designers and developers can create web applications that behave more like desktop applications, providing users with a more intuitive, seamless experience.

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