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Java Embed code

Postby cnwstudent » Thu Feb 07, 2013 6:41 pm

Hi
I am doing i science fair project with the idea from this site called "How Fast is Your Computer" and i was wondering whether anybody knew the html code used for that java applet. I need this because i am posting it on a website i created for all of my classmates to view my project.
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Re: Java Embed code

Postby vysarge » Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:41 am

Hello cnwstudent!

I am not familiar with the code for that particular applet- it's embedded and saved in the applet archive as a .jar, which is essentially just an executable file. I don't think that the applets are open source. However, you could also just link to the applet.

Alternatively, if you are familiar with html and can work with it on your site, the applet itself should be [[here]]. Though my Java is currently a little buggy, so I'm not sure if the .jar will work if downloaded in that way, it may be worth a try. Once you have the .jar, you should be able to embed the applet. If you're unfamiliar with html, you could try searching things like "html embedding a java applet".

I'm a little rusty on html and source code, though, so if this doesn't work, be sure to ask!

Good luck, and hope this helped!
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Re: Java Embed code

Postby cnwstudent » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:13 pm

Thank you for this help but it doesn't run when I double click on the icon.
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Re: Java Embed code

Postby cnwstudent » Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:42 pm

Please i would like a working link asap my project is due tomorrow. Anyone who knows the answer to my question please post a reply
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Re: Java Embed code

Postby hhemken » Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:22 pm

cnwstudent,

Although it may be too late, could you tell us how you put it on your own web page? It doesn't look like it is intended to be redistributed.

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