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pelling and overriding reason to do so. We are particularly strident with
that admonition for dynamic documents, not only because they aren't
part of the HTML standard, but also because dynamic documents can
hog the network. They require larger, longer downloads than their stat-
ic counterparts, and they require many more (in the case of client-pull)
or longer-term (for server-push) client/server connections. Multiple con-
nections on a single server are limited to a few of the millions of web
users at a time. We'd hate to see your readers miss out because you've
created a jiggling image in a dynamic document that would otherwise
have been an effective and readily accessible static document that more
people could enjoy.
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