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Where do the multitags come from for an applet?
Attached are 3 files.
1 is a sample applet class included in the Silktest installation folder.
The other is an HTML file that renders this applet in the browser.
The last is the declaration for the previous page. That is, how Silktest sees it. See my comment on this page that refers to my html source.
Silktest is screwy in how it names applets. Very unreliable. I'm talking about the fact that it does not use the 'NAME' attribute as its DOM tag ($name_attribute_of_applet).
DOM uses this naming convention for all other HTML objects (input, images, etc...), why not Applets?
[This message has been edited by geliopou (edited 09-12-2002).]
Re: Where do the multitags come from for an applet?
If you use the 'setName' method in your applets init function, whatever name you set it to will show up as your DOM tag in a page declaration.
setName( "applet_tag" )
Silktest WILL NOT use the 'NAME' attribute of the APPLET tag in the HTML source.