I'm not sure about the second question, but the answer to the first is 'yes.' You
might want to take a look at "XML in IE5" by Alex Homer, ISBN 1861001576. He
discusses behaviors as well.
> (1) Can a script access the DOM of an XML file that is _browsed_ (not an XML
> data island) in IE5 ? This would allow modifications (at the client side)
> of the currently browsed XML page.
> (2) I can attach a reaction with the "behavior" mechanism, to a _browsed_
> XML file in IE5. But then, what can I do with the objects "document"
> or "element" ? This is normally only specified for HTML pages;
> What methods/attributes are they offering ? Why "document.selection"
> is reported to be "not implemented" in this case ?
> Please, any hint will help me.
> Thanks in advance.