September 10, 2000 - The DHTML Behaviors behind HTML+TIME
September 10, 2000|
The DHTML Behaviors behind HTML+TIME
Tips: September 2000
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
timedefault behavior. HTML+TIME 2.0 is implemented as the
time2default behavior. The
time2default behavior is supposed to supercede the
timedefault behavior. Our experience does not support it 100%. We found cases where
time2provide different results. Therefore, we suggest you check both
time2when you program HTML+TIME elements. Programming-wise, the difference between using
time2is that with
time, you need to add the
"t:"prefix to all HTML+TIME attributes. With
time2(supported by Internet Explorer 5.5 and above), the
"t:"namespace is no longer necessary for HTML+TIME attributes.
Learn more about HTML+TIME in Column 67, Introduction to HTML+TIME.