HTML Elements > APPLET
This is a number that indicates the sequence of this APPLET element within the tabbing order of all focusable elements in the document.
Internet Explorer defines this attribute as the URL for an associated file. The src property is not a substitute for the code and/or codebase
Returns a reference to the applet object so that a script can access a property or method of the applet whose name is identical to a property or met
This is the identifier associated with the applet. Use the name when referring to the object in the form document. appletName .
Indicate the pixel measure of horizontal and vertical margins surrounding an applet. The hspace property affects the left and right edges of the e
Indicate the height and width in pixels of the element as set by the tag attributes. Changing the values does not necessarily change the actual rect
Gives focus from the current APPLET object, at which time the APPLET object's onfocus event fires
It's unclear how you would use this property with an applet object because the dataFld and dataSrc properties (as set in element attributes)
It is unclear how you would use this property with an applet object because the dataFld and dataSrc properties (as set in element attributes)
Provides the path to the directory holding the class file designated in the code attribute. The codebase attribute does not name the class file,
Provides the name of the Java applet class file set to the code attribute. Not fully implemented in Netscape 7.
Removes focus from the current APPLET object, at which time the APPLET object's onblur event fires.
Reflects the archive attribute of the applet element. Only partially implemented in the browsers.
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