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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Java Applets

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You can insert a Java applet into an HTML document using Dreamweaver. Java is a programming language that allows the development of lightweight applications (applets) that can be embedded in web pages. Java applets are executed in a secure area (called a sand-box) by most Web browsers, preventing them from accessing local data. The code of the applet is downloaded from a Web server and the browser embeds the applet into a Web page. In order for an applet to run, it requires the Java plug-in, which isn’t available by default on all browsers. It is considered more difficult to build and design a good user interface with Java than other technologies such as DHTML and Flash. It is, however, still a very popular system for the design of Web navigational systems, games, and audio and text effects.

Insert a Java Applet

Open the Web page you want to insert a Java applet.

Click in the Document window to place the insertion point.

Insert the Java applet using one of the following options:

  • Click the Common tab on the Insert panel, click the Media arrow button, and then click Applet.

  • Click the Insert menu, point to Media, and then click Applet.

Navigate to the location with the file containing a Java applet.

Select a file containing a Java applet.

Click OK.

Enter the accessibility attributes (title, access key, and tab index) you want.

Click OK.

Modify Java Applet Preferences

Open the Web page you want to modify settings for a Java applet.

Open the Properties panel, and then double-click a blank area of the panel to display all properties.

Select the Java applet for which you want to modify settings.

Select from the following Java Applet options:

  • Name. Enter a name to identify the applet for scripting.

  • W and H. Enter the width and height of the applet, in pixels.

  • Code. Enter the file containing the applet’s Java code, or click the folder icon to browse to a file.

  • Base. Displays the folder containing the selected applet (this text box is filled automatically, when you select an applet).

  • Align. Controls the alignment of the applet on the page.

  • Alt. Specifies alternative content (usually an image) to be displayed if the user’s browser doesn’t support Java applets or has Java disabled.

  • V Space and H Space. Specify the amount of white space in pixels above, below, and on both sides of the applet.

  • Parameters. Opens a dialog box for entering additional parameters to pass to the applet.
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