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    Hello everyone :)

    I have placed this in the forum lobby because HTML is not Java related. I would like to use Notepad and HTML to place an applet on the internet. I don't know much about HTML, but I have the following:
    Java Code:
    <HTML>
    	<HEAD>
    		<TITLE>
    			Tim's Site
    		</TITLE>
    	</HEAD>
    	<BODY>
    		<APPLET CODE = site.Main.class WIDTH = 100 HEIGHT = 100>
    		</APPLET>
    		<P>
    			Test
    		</P>
    	</BODY>
    </HTML>
    The applet works but I want it to fit the browser's window. At the moment it is an a 100x100 box.

    Thank you ;)
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    so what happens when you test it without the height= and width= parameters?
    Its been a decade since I did serious applet stuf

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    Applet probably real problem because too small if no size params. Also, current RFC asks that we use an <object ..../> tag, giving identifiers for applets and full how-to

    Also, we can pass parameters in the html tag that calls the applet.

    I find that handy, I will even use trivial name=value pairs.
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    Thank you fishtoprecords
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    so what happens when you test it without the height= and width= parameters?
    Its been a decade since I did serious applet stuff
    If I remove the width and height tags, then the applet is shown in a 192x192 box. Maybe it's some portion of the window size or just a default size. However, the applet is still bounded in a small box. ;)
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    Default Solution found

    Hello Nicholas Jordan and fishtoprecords.

    I found a solution for my problem:
    Java Code:
    <HTML>
    	<HEAD>
    		<TITLE>
    			Tim's Site
    		</TITLE>
    	</HEAD>
    	<BODY>
    		<APPLET CODE = site.Main.class WIDTH = [COLOR="royalblue"]"100%"[/COLOR] HEIGHT = [COLOR="RoyalBlue"]"100%"[/COLOR]>
    		</APPLET>
    		<P>
    			Test
    		</P>
    	</BODY>
    </HTML>
    Thank you. ;)
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