how can I open Applet by pushing button on html

I want to open an applet form html page when The user push
a button(and only then) and i want that the applet will open in
the context of the current page(where the butto is) and will not
start new window (the applet got her own window ).
I know to do it only by opening new html (in java script)
but i want to know how to do it without new html and without
reloading the current html.
ataliAsked:
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HolySpiritCommented:
I think u can use the following method :

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<script language = "JavaScript">
function openApplet()
{
     document.body.insertAdjacentHTML("BeforeEnd (or) AfterBegin", "<applet ... > = Code of JavaScript u want to load")
}
</script>

....

<input type = "button" onClick = "openApplet()">

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ataliAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it works in internet explorer but not in netscape, can you know how to do it in netscape to?
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