Usually, it is used to enhance certain HTML elements of a browser like photographs, layers, images, videos, etc. A regular Mozilla Firefox user would be familiar with this problem. When quite a few windows seem to be functioning simultaneously, a message pops up at the screen addressing the inconvenience caused with one option being,
What is it used for?
- It is essentially used to provide a more dynamic look to a site or a blog.
- One can add animation wherever necessary to attract eyeballs to a specific part of the site or enhance the experience of a visitor to a site which gathers multiple responses by eliminating the need of loading new web pages every time a response is submitted.
- Furthermore, one can load images, scripts or objects on a web page without reloading the entire page.
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