Learning HTML 3.2 by Examples, section 5 Descriptions of HTML 3.2 tags:

PARAM - applet parameters (Not in HTML 2.0!)


To pass parameters to Java applets.

Typical rendering

Not rendered directly, but may affect the behavior of the applet.

Basic syntax

<PARAM NAME=name VALUE=value>

Possible attributes

attribute name possible values meaning notes
NAME name name of the parameter obligatory
VALUE string value of the parameter  

Allowed context

APPLET element.




<PARAM NAME=snd VALUE="Hello.au">


Character escape sequences such as &eacute; and &#185; are expanded before the parameter value is passed to the applet. To include an & character use &amp;.

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