Using HTML Components (Windows CE 5.0)
HTML Component (HTC) provides a mechanism to implement components in script as dynamic HTML (DHTML) behaviors. An HTC file, which has an .htc extension, is an HTML file that contains script and a set of HTC-specific elements that define the component.
The following table shows the HTC objects that are implemented in Internet Explorer 6.
|document||Represents the HTML document in a given browser window.|
|element||Returns a reference to the tag in the primary document to which the behavior is attached.|
|PUBLIC:ATTACH||Binds a function to an event, so that the function is called whenever the event fires on the specified object.|
|PUBLIC:COMPONENT||Identifies the content of the file as HTC.|
|PUBLIC:DEFAULTS||Sets default properties for an HTC.|
|PUBLIC:EVENT||Defines an event of the HTC to be exposed to the containing document.|
|PUBLIC:METHOD||Defines a method of the HTC to be exposed to the containing document.|
|PUBLIC:PROPERTY||Defines a property of the HTC to be exposed to the containing document.|
Calling createEventObject creates an event object that can be used to pass event context information to the PUBLIC:EVENT element's fire method. The following table shows the HTC events that are implemented in Internet Explorer 6.
|oncontentready||Fires when the content of the element, to which the behavior is attached, has been completely parsed.|
|oncontentsave||Fires just before the content of an element that is attached to an element behavior is saved or copied.|
|ondetach||Fires before a behavior is detached from an element.|
|ondocumentready||Fires when the behavior's containing document has been completely parsed.|
For more information about using HTML Controls, see this Microsoft Web site.
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