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Embedding JApplet vs Applet

 
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Hey Ranchers,

I am fairly new at creating JApplets and I am having a problem embedding my JApplet into a web page.

For testing, I just have a plain JApplet created from netbeans form builder that displays a textbox and a button.

When I try to embed the class file into a web page it doesn't show up..

Then I tried to embed a simple Applet without any user interface, just text, and it worked.

Is there a different way to imbed an applet over JApplet?

Code From Netbeans That Will Not Show up in my Web page



Code that works when embeded into a web page


HTML Page



Any Suggestions..?
 
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Try adding width and height attributes to the APPLET tag.
 
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ya I had that originally but there was still a problem. It's strange to me seeing that the code works fine with Netbeans applet viewer.
 
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Strange. After adding those attributes appletviewer ran it just fine.
 
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