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HTML Param Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportThe HTML param tag is used to define parameters or variables for an object or applet element.
Because of a lack of browser support, the object element never really caught on as a replacement for the <img> tag and <applet> tag.
And because the major browsers require different codes to load the same object type, a second blow has been dealt against the object element.
Here's some simple code for the <param> element in use:
<object data="funny.mov" type="video/quicktime" title="Me Tripping Over Third Base" width=320 height=240> <param name=pluginspage value="http://quicktime.apple.com/"> <param name=autoplay value=true> </object>
Now if I could just find that video...
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