Java Applet not loading in browser

Posted on 2010-11-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I used an existing working java checkers applet game.  It had:
and some other class files:
example: Checkers$Board.class

also supplied was the

I created a project in NetBeans call "javachekcers" , added the class files and been editing the Checkers .java file but when I recompiled it and uplaoded all the class files to the web server the applet no longer works (I can run it in debug in NetBeans).

I found lots of suggestion about the html code attribute of the applet tag, but haven't been able to get to work: <applet code="javacheckers.Checkers" width="350" height="250" alt="(Applet 'Checkers' should be displayed here.)"> is what i currently use to call it.

and the applet is here:

Here is the first of many errors: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Checkers (wrong name: javacheckers/Checkers)

Question by:christamcc
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Your package is probably wrong. It needs to be (in relation to where the html is)

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The code should be available at

and the package declaration in the source should be

package javacheckers;
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oh, man!  My savior!  and speedy... :)  Thank you!
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