how do i view this code

Hi experts

Does anyone know how i can run and view this code example? I found here

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/webcontrols/behaviors/library/tabstrip/tabstrip_ovw.asp

I have created an aspx page and linked to the code below via <script language="javascript" src="TabScript.js"></script>  but no luck!!

thanks

<HTML XMLNS:mp XMLNS:ts>
   <HEAD>
      <TITLE>TabStrip/MultiPage Markup Example</TITLE>
          <LINK REL="stylesheet" HREF="/workshop/samples/samples.css" TYPE="text/css">
      <?IMPORT NAMESPACE="mp" IMPLEMENTATION="multipage.htc"/>
       <?IMPORT NAMESPACE="ts" IMPLEMENTATION="tabstrip.htc"/>
   </HEAD>
     <!--TOOLBAR_START--> <!--TOOLBAR_EXEMPT--> <!--TOOLBAR_END-->
   <BODY>
      <H1>Using TabStrip and MultiPage Behaviors</H1>
       <P>This example shows how to use the <b>TabStrip</b> behavior with the <b>MultiPage</b> behavior in markup. Click a tab to switch between page views. </P>
      <ts:TABSTRIP ID="oTS" TARGETID="oMP">
          <ts:TAB TEXT="Page 1"/>
          <ts:TAB TEXT="Page 2"/>
          <ts:TAB TEXT="Page 3"/>
       </ts:TABSTRIP>
       </TD>
       <TD>
      <mp:MULTIPAGE ID="oMP" STYLE="border:solid black 1px;padding:5px;">
         <mp:PAGEVIEW ID="page0">
            This is the first page in the multipage.
         </mp:PAGEVIEW>
         <mp:PAGEVIEW ID="page1">
            This is the second page in the multipage.
         </mp:PAGEVIEW>
         <mp:PAGEVIEW ID="page2">
            This <B>page</B> contains <I>HTML markup</I>.
         </mp:PAGEVIEW>
      </mp:MULTIPAGE>
       <P />
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jessegivyConnect With a Mentor DeveloperCommented:
Hi there,

What you've posted above looks as if it's a partially complete HTML page.  I notice that the body tag and html tag isn't terminated, which is bad.

...Anyway, I guess the way it's intended to be used is in a frame, or Iframe.  There doesn't appear to be any javascript associated with what you've shown, so saving it as a .js file will not work, it should be put in a separate aspx page.

~Jesse
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