No, it’s not an oxymoron. It is the work of Gerard Ferrandez.
A while back, the IEBlog listed some DHTML sites that IE developers like. At the end of the post they asked for other recommendations. One submission generated a huge debate. The argument was, how could this be a true DHTML site if it only worked on Internet Explorer? We can now bring that debate to a close as Gerard has converted the bulk of his scripts to support modern browsers.
I recently converted one of Gerard’s scripts for use on my own site and apparently this provoked him into learning more about cross-browser DOM scripting. The results are impressive and show that imaginative use of DHTML can often eliminate the need for Flash or other binary plugins.
I’ve been bashing Internet Explorer quite a bit in this blog lately but it is worth noting that most of these demos perform much better in IE than in Firefox. Check them out for yourself: