When overridden in a derived class, initializes an instance of that class.
Removes the current Sys.UI.Behavior object from the application.
Gets a Behavior instance with the specified name property from the specified HTML Document Object Model (DOM) element.
Gets an array of behaviors that are of the specified type from the specified DOM element.
Gets a collection that contains the behaviors associated with the specified DOM element.
Initializes the current Behavior object.
Gets the DOM element that the current Sys.UI.Behavior object is associated with.
Gets or sets the ID of the Behavior object.
Gets or sets the name of the Behavior object.
A behavior is a component that extends the functionality of the DOM element that it is associated with.
The Behavior class should not be instantiated directly; it is a base class for other behaviors to derive from. For information about how to create custom behaviors that derive from this class, see Creating an Extender Control to Associate a Client Behavior with a Web Server Control.