From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-09-18 10:51:09
At 01:53 PM 9/15/2001, Greg Colvin wrote:
>The 4.0.1 specification provides an OBJECT tag that might do the trick:
> For instance, the following line embeds the contents of
> at the location where the OBJECT definition occurs.
> ...text before...
> <OBJECT data="embed_me.html">
> Warning: embed_me.html could not be embedded.
> ...text after...
> Recall that the contents of OBJECT must only be rendered if the
> specified by the data attribute cannot be loaded.
Thanks for pointing that out.
I experimented a bit and found:
* IE 5 sort of supports OBJECT, but opens a scroll window for the
resulting in only marginal usefulness. I couldn't find any
of border and/or positioning parameters which made it fully useful.
* Netscape as recently as version 4.73 doesn't support OBJECT at all,
So, nice try, but not useful, unless I'm missing something.
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