<HTML XMLNS:t ="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:time">
    <?IMPORT namespace="t" implementation="#default#time2">
	      .time         {BEHAVIOR: url(#default#TIME2)}
<BODY bgcolor="#eeffcc">
  <!-- Time Content for testing -->
  <div id="div1" style="position:absolute; left:10; width:150; height:150; background-color:blue">
  <t:set attributeName="top" to="300" begin="2" dur="2"/>
  <!--***************everything past this line is informational**********************-->
  <!--*****Timer that displays activeTime and shows persistence*****-->
  <div style="position:absolute;left:300">
  <span id="Timer" class="time" dur=".01"  repeatCount="indefinite" fill="hold" onrepeat="innerText=parseInt(document.body.currTimeState.activeTime);">0</span><br><br>
  <!--*****Expectations, Sample Code, and Information*****-->
  Testing: attributeName=top, begin, dur.<br>
  T:SET will begin at 2 seconds and have a duration of 2 seconds.<br>
  At 1 second, blue div will appear.<br>
  At 2 seconds, div will appear 300px downwards.<br>
  At 4 seconds, div will go back to its original position.<br>
  **Note the t:set is nested into the div tag causing no need for the targetElement attribute.<br><br>
  <B>SAMPLE CODE:</B><br>
  <div id="div1" style="left:10; width:150; height:150; background-color:blue"><br>
  <t:set attributeName="top" to="300" begin="2" dur="2"/><br>
  Copyright: Copyright 1998-2005  W3C (MIT, ERCIM, Keio), All Rights Reserved.
See http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/.
Author: Debbie Newman, Microsoft<br>
  Version: 11/01/2000<br>
  Module: Set<br>
  Feature: attributeName=top, begin, dur<br>
  File Name: set_attName_top_nested_to_begin_dur.htm<br>
  Media Components: none<br><br></div>