Adding tabs to a web page
When putting applets into web pages, it's best to use a
direct HTML code editor that allows you to view and edit
the HTML directly.
Start off by copying and pasting the following into
your HTML. Place this at the point where you wish to
have your applet.
<applet code="itb[xxxx].class" width=600 height=47 mayscript>
<param name=copyright value="Image Intelligence Ltd. (www.imint.com)">
CODE: the name of the applet file may vary from version to version.
The main applet file always begins "itb". The identifying prefix
is followed by "trial" in the trial versions or a
number in release versions. Note that the delivery
pack may also contain further small class files. These are anciliary class files which
need to be kept together
with the main applet for proper operation - but you do not need to enter their
names into the HTML. Do not write a path before the name of the file - otherwise
the applet won't work.
HEIGHT / WIDTH: they determine the
height and width of the applet.
COPYRIGHT: the copyright information
must be entered exactly as delivered - otherwise the applet won't work.
The single bar Mini version must
have a height of 25 pixels.
- The double bar Mini version and the Express
version must have heights of 47 pixels.
- The free versions must have widths of at least
MAYSCRIPT: this must be inserted into the APPLET tag for this applet to work.
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