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Function Supplies a parameter to an embedded object
Attributes id , name , type , value , valuetype
None in HTML; </param> or <param ... /> in
End tag
Contains Nothing
Used in
The <param> tag has no content and, with HTML, no end tag. It appears,
perhaps with other <param> tags, only between an <object> or <applet>
tag and its end tag. Use the <param> tag to pass parameters to the em-
bedded object, such as a Java applet, as required for it to function cor-
rectly. The id, name, and value attributes
The <param> tag has two required attributes: name or id , and value . You've
seen these attributes before with forms. Together, they define a name/
value pair that the browser passes to the applet.
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