Inserting A Java Applet In Dreamweaver

java is a programming language used to create self-contained program called applets. Java applets run within the browser window just like the other multimedia objects youve been working with in this color. you can put a java applet into your page, add parameters, and add some interesting multimedia to your web page. Java and JavaScript are not the same thing. Nor are they really related. Java and JavaScript are not the same thing. Nor are they really related. JavaScript is a scripting language that is used in web page development to set the properties of a web page. java is compiled programming language that is used to develop application. To insert a java applet into your web page, you must have all of the appropriate files for the applet. The number and type of files may vary. You will need to read the documentation for the applet that you are using. Some users have java turned off in their browser, so you should be careful about including information vital to the web page in a java applet. Any Java applet that you intend on using in your web page should come with the instruction on how to set it up. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and enter all the parameters correctly, users still simply see an empty grey box on the page.

To insert applet into a web page

1.Select the applet object from the special panel of the object panel or from the media submenu of the inset menu. This opens the select file dialog box.

2.Navigate the directory containing the java applet files in the select file dialog box. Select the appropriate file stipulated in the applet documentation.

3.Enter all the parameters that are required by the applet documentation by first selecting the parameters button to open the parameters dialog box.

4.Save your web page and preview it in a web browser to make sure that it looks the way you want it.