A Final Word
Behaviors. After reading this column you should know how to implement a DHTML
Behavior in Internet Explorer 5.0. You have learned how to define a
Behavior using a scriptlet, which includes both the interface and detail implementation portions. We have shown you how a
Behavior implements several concepts from object-oriented languages such as encapsulation, code sharing, abstraction, and API.
In this column you have learned:
- How to emulate
Behaviors with Internet Explorer 4.0x.
- How to create a scriptlet.
- How to pass data to a
- How to pass objects to a
- How to send events from a
- How to share a
Behaviorbetween multiple elements.
- How to map
Behavior's features with object-oriented concepts.
Created: July 19, 1998
Revised: July 19, 1998