HTML Tags for Java Applets, circa 1999

In 1999, I took a class in Java at Santa Monica College. I was intested at the time in the small variations among how The W3C, Sun, Netscape, and Microsoft specified the <APPLET> tag.

So here are how each specified the tag in 1999, minus the formatting of the original pages:

W3C - HTML 3.2 | W3C - HTML 4.0 | Microsoft | Netscape | Sun

http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/author/dhtml/reference/objects/APPLET.htm#APPLET

APPLET Element | APPLET Object


 Places executable content on the page. 
 HTML Syntax

        <APPLET
            ALIGN=ABSBOTTOM | ABSMIDDLE | BASELINE | BOTTOM
                | LEFT | MIDDLE | RIGHT | TEXTTOP | TOP
            ALT=text
            CLASS=classname
            CODE=filename
            CODEBASE=url
            DATAFLD=colname
            DATASRC=#ID
            HEIGHT=n
            HSPACE=n
            ID=value
            NAME=name
            SRC=url
            STYLE=css1-properties
            TITLE=text
            VSPACE=n
            WIDTH=n
            event = script
        >

 Remarks

        This element is a block element. 

 Members

        APPLET Members 

 Styles

        APPLET Styles 
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