May 27, 2021 XML
2. Internet Explorer - XML Data Island
4. Internet Explorer - Behavior
5. Instance 1 - The mouse hover is prominent
Here are the techniques you should try to avoid when using XML.
What is it? XML data islands are XML data embedded in HTML pages.
Why avoid using it? XML Data Island is only valid in Internet Explorer browsers.
This example uses the XML document "cd_catalog.xml."
Bind the XML document to a label in the HTML document. The id property defines the identifier of the data island, while the src property points to the XML file:
This example applies only to IE browsers
The datasrc property of the label binds the HTML table to the XML data island.
The label allows the datafld property to reference the XML element to be displayed. I n this example, "ARTIST" and "TITLE" are to be referenced. When you read XML, the appropriate table rows are created for each of the elements.
What is it? /b10>Internet Explorer 5 introduces behavior. Behavior is a way to add behavior to an XML (or HTML) element by using a CSS style.
Why avoid using it? Only Internet Explorer supports the behavior property.
The following HTML file defines a behavior for the element:
The following HTML file defines a behavior for an element with id as "typing":
The following is the XML document "typing.htc":
Tip: If you need it, you can read the section "HTML slt;style sgt; tags" on this site.