The appropriate HTML code below will set your applet up with a border. In this case, the border is a size 5. You can adjust the size of the border to your taste. Cut and paste the code that applies into your page:
HTML applet code for NON-Angelfire or NON-Homestead browsers
‹center›‹table border=5 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0›‹tr›‹td›‹applet code="Lake" width="336" height="430"›‹param name="image" value="MyPic.jpg"›
HTML applet code for Angelfire browsers
‹center›‹table border=5 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0›‹tr›‹td›‹applet codebase="images/" code="Lake.class" width="336" height="430"›‹param name="image" value="images/nameofyourpicture.jpg"›
For Homestead browsers, simply replace the words 'image' and 'images' in the code with 'file' and 'files'.
The changes in the code are as follows:
First download the Lake.zip file and unzip it. Upload the Lake.class file, and your picture. *IMPORTANT* Do not put the Lake.class file or the picture in any subfolder up on your server. (example: /images) Instead put them in the same place as your index.html page (no folder). Now add the HTML code to the page you want the Lake applet on, remember to change the HTML code to your picture's name, and change the width and height to fit your picture). View your page now you should see your picture and the lake effect reflection below it.
If you have problems getting your applet to work properly, I recommend you visit Dave Griffiths site. He has a fantastic site with tutorials not only on the Lake Applet but many other applets as well.
The link to Dave Griffiths site has been disabled. He no longer supports the web site. I do want to give credit where it is due though. Everything I know about Lake Applets, I learned from his site. Thanks Dave.