The Title at the top of this page is a variation of the 'pouringtitle' Applet created by Demicron and can be found by following the link below titled 'demicron.' If you download the Applet, bookmark this page and come back and click your browser 'View' button, then click 'source' or 'page source' or 'document source' and view the simple changes I have made between the <applet code> - </applet> tags to make it appear as it does! No code or documentation was altered. Only the parameters were changed, creating a different effect!
One of the first things I have to point out concerning this Applet is that, unlike others, it will 'not' run with the # symbol in front of the color codes
( within the applet ), so make sure that your color codes within the Applet look like this: "0000ff" and not like this "#0000ff." All of the parameters are self-explanatory. You can change the size, the text, the colors, the font, etc.
If you are using Internet Explorer 3.02 you will probably not be able to get this Applet to run on your computer ( locally ) without disabling the images. Just remove the 'stone1.jpg' and change the param name "watercan" value to No! Internet Explorer 3.02 has a security bug that will not allow it to open images on a local drive. It works fine on Internet Explorer 3.02 from my Internet directory and just as well on all of the other browsers I have viewed it on.
The following two parameters must remain the same: <param name="demicron" value="www.demicron.se"> & <param name="reg" value="A00031">, so make sure you do not alter or remove them from the Applet!
Make sure that 'all' files relating to the Applet are in the same 'directory' on your server, or in the same 'folder' on your computer as your 'html' file! This is the most common mistake made! If this cannot be done for some reason, see the documentation provided with the Applet for the use of the 'codebase' tag! A word of caution; when visiting sites with a lot of Java Applets on the same page do not quick-click your mouse as this may freeze ( lock up ) your browser and you will have to Control-Alt-Delete to end the task and re-open your browser. This will not likely cause harm to your system, but it is very irritating!
This applet can found along with others, and downloaded as a standard zip file at: