Defines an instance of a java applet which should be
embedded into a web page. Java is an interpretted language
that runs on all major platforms including Windows, Apple O/S, Linux
and multiple Unix variants.
A java applet may have a graphical user interface and works much
the same way that a normal software application would. The difference
is that java applets have many security restrictions that prevent the
code from harming your computer making them safe to download and run
from the Internet.
||Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
||Define the class used to render this element (defined by a style sheet)
||A title that is associated with the element (displayed as a tooltip in Internet Explorer)
||URI where the code for the applet may be downloaded
||Name of the classfile containing the applet subclass or the path to get the class
||A name which identifies the applet instance allowing multiple applets on the same page to communicate with each other
||A list of URIs containing classes and other resources which should be pre-loaded
||Name of a resource where the applet can serialize it's current state and later be restored
||Initial width of the applet's display area
||Initial height of the applet's display area
<APPLET> code="Bubbles.class" width="500" height="500">
Java applet that draws animated bubbles.
The tag is deprecated and will disappear in the future
It is replaced by the