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HTML Param Tag

Reference on the param Element of HTML. Includes useful Example, and allowed attributes.

Edited: 2014-12-28 07:09

The Param Element of HTML, is used to define parameters for the HTML Object Element, which is used as an replacement of the now deprecated applet Element.

Attributes

Standard Attributes

Attribute: Value: Description: DTD:
id Id Unique id, may begin with [A-Za-z] and may be followed by any number of [A-Za-z], [0-9], underscores, hyphens, colons, and periods. STF
name Character Data This is used in scripts, to identify the element, when submitted through a form. STF
value Character Data Specifies a run-time value of a parameter specified by name. STF
valuetype DATA|REF|OBJECT Specifies the type of the value attribute, default value is DATA. STF

Example

<object type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
data="Player.swf?path=Video.swf" style="width:320px;height:240px;">
<param name="movie" 
value="Player.swf?path=Video.swf">
</object>

Above would embed a video in a webpage, see also: Streaming Video in HTML Pages