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Internet Explorer 5.0 Preview, Part I: The HTML Caller Page - Doc JavaScript


The HTML Caller Page

Here is the HTML caller page. Notice how we define soccer as a style sheet, pointing to the scriptlet soccer.sct, and then reference the style sheet (Behavior) in the DIV DHTML tag:


<HTML>
<HEAD>
<STYLE>
  .soccer{behavior:url(soccer.sct)}
</STYLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<DIV CLASS="soccer" x="200" y="250" onFifthBlink="alert('Fifth Blink Point')">
  <IMG SRC="soccer.gif"></DIV> // join with previous line
</BODY>
</HTML>

Notice how simple is the caller page. All format manipulations and dynamic positioning are now encapsulated and hidden away in the Behavior definition file, soccer.sct. If more blinking soccer balls are desired in the same window, please refer to a previous page to find how.

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Created: July 19, 1998
Revised: July 19, 1998

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