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1:Suppose that you found a cool Java game on the Internet and the documentation with it says it's free for anyone to use. It says you need to give the applet two parameters: The "speed" should be between 1 and 100, and the "skill" should be between 1 and 5. The applet itself is named roadkill.class. Write the HTML to display it in a 400×200-pixel area in the middle of a Web page.
<applet code="roadkill.class" width=400 height=200>

<param name="speed" value=50 />
<param name="skill" value=2 />

2:The ActiveX Label control displays some text in any orientation you choose. Write the HTML to insert the ActiveX control in a Web page, given the following information:

The class ID is


Confine the display area to 300×300 pixels.

Specify the following parameter values:

Caption: "New and Exciting!"

Angle: 45

FontName: Arial Black

FontSize: 18

<object classid="clsid:99b42120-6ec7-11cf-a6c7-00aa00a47dd2"

id="label" width=300 height=300>
<param name="caption" value="new and exciting!" />
<param name="angle" value="45" />
<param name="fontname" value="arial black" />
<param name="fontsize" value="18" />


  • You'll find many more reusable applets and controls by visiting http://24hourhtmlcafe.com/hotlist.htm#developer and checking out the developer resources links. If you find one that actually adds enough value to your site from the visitor's perspective to be worth the install-and-initialize waiting time, try incorporating it into your pages.



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