iFrame Text Presentation Applet
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iFrame Applet is designed to solve a common
in web page design: putting an inner
"frame" wherever you want,
without actually busting up your page into
frames inside a regular HTML frameset layout.
It also lets you
use the equivalent of an <iframe> html tag
in Netscape 4&up,
which doesn't support this useful IE feature.
You can plug the
iFrame Applet in anywhere at all on your
page in mere minutes, reading any common text file
the space rapidly and efficiently (it uses a very
small 7K class file).
A useful display effect is to put the applet
within a table, or nest it
in tables, with an image used in the background:
of the applet is simply changed from the
height and width
tags, and the color of the page is settable.
Color, size, face, and style of the applet font
settable, so even the plain text files it
reads look great!
iFrame applet is compatible with all standard browsers
(Netscape, FireFox, Internet Explorer, etc.).
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