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navigation for non java browsers

Posted on 1998-08-17
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I created a page with java pop-up navigation buttons. i used 1 cool button tool software. What must I add to make sure that other java-incapable browsers can at least see and use the primary navigation? 1 cool button tool is supposed to create this but I hacked up all the HTML that it generated.
Should there be a redirect to another version of the page?
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Ok, this should be fairly simple. Just place your standard navigation HTML tags in between the <Applet> and </Applet> For example

<Applet code=applet.class>
<table>
<tr>
<td><a href="link1.html"></a></td>
<td><a href="link2.html"></a></td>
etc...
</tr>
</table>
</applet>

Since HTML browsers (are supposed to) ignore  tags that don't pertain to them or that they don't understand, it will skip right over the <applet> and </applet> However, those that do understand the <applet> tags will ignore the stuff in between. Nifty huh. Hope this helps.

Regards,
   jdyer
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