Allows you to insert Java applets into your Wordpress blog.
If you've ever tried to embed a Java applet in a post or page by inserting
<object> tags, you would have noticed that
WordPress doesn't recognize the tags and the tags disappear. This plugin
supports new shortcodes permitting WordPress to recognize and properly render
You can choose among three possible display modes:
- Inline, loaded immediately
- Inline, loaded only when the user clicks. This one is great for letting your visitors control whether to load the JVM or not.
- Popup window, loaded only when the user clicks
You can reference your JAR archive with any full URL, even on another web site. And you can even upload the JAR into WordPress using the Media Library and then reference the JAR file as you would any other image, video, or audio.
Thanks to the integration of Oracle’s Deployment Toolkit , it works for multiple types of browsers and can offer to download the Java Plug-in (this probably needs more testing) or update it if the required JVM version doesn’t match (this feature hasn’t yet been implemented but it easily could be, if there is demand.)
For more details, including screenshots, see the plugin's page at wordpress.org.
You're welcome to fork this code at https://github.com/huyz/wp-java-applet-embed and request pulls. I'll try to release regularly to http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/java-applet-embed/.
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Copyright (C) 2010 Anthony Mattox (email : email@example.com)
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