To verify that Java can run in your browser, we attempt to display a series of Java applets in this web page. Each Java applet will appear as a RED rectangle that displays the Java version and the Java vendor. We also show the HTML tags that were used to create each of the applets. If you do not see any red rectangles, then Java may not be installed, or it may be disabled somehow.
[Note: the HTML tags may be slightly different for Internet Explorer vs. all other browsers.
Note: to run the Java applets in this web page, your browser may require you to give security permission for the Java plugin.
for Java 7 update 51 and higher, unsigned applets no longer run by default. Therefore we have 2 options to make a Java applet run on this page...a) The user can go into their Java Control Panel and add "http://www.pinlady.net/" to the Exception Site List, or b) We can use a signed applet.
For the time being, we have access to a valid certificate and thus we use a signed applet on this web page. You may see a popup security warning asking for permission to run the signed applet.]
Each Java applet shown above was created with a different HTML tag. We used an <applet> tag, an <object> tag, and an <embed> tag.