[thelist] javascript default event handlers, default events. [TIP]

Chris at globet.com Chris at globet.com
Wed Aug 31 10:29:35 CDT 2005


> I know the difference is subtle and purists would still say 
> I've got code in my markup.  Code? Yes!  Behaviour? No!  
> Coded this way, it is just an interface, nothing more, an 
> interface has no behaviour, its implementation does. 

In my ignorance I'm not entirely sure how you are using the word
"behaviour" here - perhaps you could supply a definition of it as used
in this context? I would have thought that it's fairly simple to check
if you have code or behaviour in your markup - removing the reference to
the external javascript file should cause no javascript errors. If there
are errors, then you have javascript or behaviour in your markup. Is
this not so?


Chris Marsh
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