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  1. #1
    Newbe Guest

    Swing applets


    How can running the swing-applet in the website

  2. #2
    David Guest

    Re: Swing applets


    newbie eh? here's a tip, you should do some searching on forums and "Ask the
    Pros" in www.devx.com and you'll be surprise at the number of times this
    question has been asked.

    anyway, to answer you, in order for browsers to execute a swing applet, you
    need to change the html a bit, so that the browser will go look for something
    Java Plug-in 1.2 or 1.3. You don't have to manually change it, just go to
    java.sun.com and search for HTML Converter. The plug-in itself is about 5-7
    MBs (forgot) so I'd really discourage you from putting swing applets on your
    website, unless your viewers don't mind the big download.


    "Newbe" <sisidra@knuut.de> wrote:
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    >How can running the swing-applet in the website



  3. #3
    yan fkds Guest

    Re: Swing applets


    "Newbe" <sisidra@knuut.de> wrote:
    >
    >How can running the swing-applet in the website


    To put a swing applet into html, you have to use a nested <embed> and <object>
    tag instead of the <applet> tag
    because swing applets need the java plug-in.

  4. #4
    David Guest

    Re: Swing applets


    does that mean I don't need to use the lug-in if I use the object tag? if
    I still need to include the plug-in link in the HTML, then using object or
    applet doesn't seem to make any difference.


    "yan" fkds wrote:
    >
    >To put a swing applet into html, you have to use a nested <embed> and <object>
    >tag instead of the <applet> tag
    >because swing applets need the java plug-in.



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