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APPLET


Description

The APPLET element replaced the APP element as the mechanism

to identify and invoke a JAVA(tm) application. A browser that

understands this element will ignore everything in the content

of the APPLET element except the PARAM elements. Browsers that

do not understand this element should ignore it and the PARAM

elements and instead process the content of the element.

Thus the content is the alternate HTML if the application is

not invoked. CODE is the name of the file that contains the

compiled Applet subclass. This name is relative to the base

URL of the applet and cannot be an absolute URL. WIDTH and HEIGHT

give the initial width and height (in pixels) of the applet

display area. CODEBASE specifies the base URL of the applet.

ALT specifies parsed character data to be displayed if the brower understands

the APPLET tag but can't/won't run them. NAME specifies a name

for the applet instance, which allows applets on the same page

to commuicate with each other. ALIGN specifies the display

alignment. VSPACE and HSPACE specify the reserved space around the

applet (in pixels).

Minimum Attributes

<APPLET

CODE="..."

WIDTH="..."

HEIGHT="...">characters... </APPLET>

All Possible Attributes

<APPLET

CODE="..."

WIDTH="..."

HEIGHT="..."

CODEBASE="..."

ALT="..."

NAME="..."

ALIGN=left|right|top|texttop|middle|absmiddle|baseline|bottom|absbottom

VSPACE="..."

HSPACE="...">characters... </APPLET>

Elements Allowed Within...

and any other elements which would have been allowed at this

point in the document.

Allowed In Content Of...

-In progress, to be determined-

Variations

The APPLET element is a proposed extension for JAVA(tm) applications,

and is a Netscape 2.0 extension.




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