If you are familiar with putting pictures in your web page, you will probably find that putting applets in your page is very similar (though not identical). The applet program (called a "class" file) is a separate file from your HTML file. You use the tags
For example, this HTML code calls an applet called "MyApplet", and tells MyApplet to display the words "Hi there":
Here's what each piece means:
The HTML for putting applets into a page is very standardized: you only need to learn a few tags and attributes. However, each applet has its own set of parameters which are used to make it run.
Since every applet is different, you need to know what parameters to use for each applet. For
applet requires you to use the TEXT parameter, but that's just
; most applets have no such parameter. To learn how to use each applet, consult the
documentation for that applet.
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