I'm looking to mark certain technical terms I use on my site with a specific class via css (e.g. <span class="definedterm">Thingamajig</span>), so that I could attach a behavoir file (.htc) to them that would link to the relevant entry on a glossary page (e.g. /glossary.html#thingamajig).
External behavoirs seem like the ideal solution for this since they wouldn't dilute the relevant links on the page with a bunch of links googlebot would see.
Anyone know of a script that could be easily adapted to this purpose?
It looks like you're ahead of the curve here. I've asked around for help, but no one's stepping forward. I'm guessing that most of us haven't ventured in this direction because it's an IE only solution,
There's info on Microsoft's developer site and others, but no ready made scripts.
For anyone who wants to learn a bit, this page [msdn.microsoft.com] offers a pretty good overview.
I'm sure you'll get the idea and be able to manipulate the above to make it work for you. Be warned I have run into some odd behavior with behaviors (like form elements not resetting), though they were really quite complex behaviours. A simple script like the above will be fine.
[edited by: joshie76 at 1:34 pm (utc) on July 31, 2002]