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This Java swing tip illustrates a method of loding a a document from a URL on a click of a button.Parameters in HTML code are easy to make. Developer will need to let the user know what the names and possible values are for each parameter to use them properly.

import java.net.*;
import java.util.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.applet.AppletContext;

public class SiteSelector extends JApplet {
   private Hashtable sites;
   private Vector siteNames;

   public void init()
   {
      sites = new Hashtable();
      siteNames = new Vector();

      getSitesFromHTMLParameters();

      Container c = getContentPane();
      c.addnew JLabel"Choose a site to browse" ),
             BorderLayout.NORTH );

      final JList siteChooser = new JListsiteNames );
      siteChooser.addListSelectionListener(
         new ListSelectionListener() {
            public void valueChangedListSelectionEvent e )
            {
               Object o = siteChooser.getSelectedValue();
               URL newDocument = (URLsites.get);
               AppletContext browser = getAppletContext();
               browser.showDocumentnewDocument );
            }
         }
      );
      c.addnew JScrollPanesiteChooser ),
             BorderLayout.CENTER );
   }

   private void getSitesFromHTMLParameters()
   {
      // look for applet parameters in the HTML document
      // and add sites to Hashtable
      String title, location;
      URL url;
      int counter = 0;

      while true ) {
         title = getParameter"title" + counter );

         if title != null ) {
            location = getParameter"location" + counter );
            
            try {
               url = new URLlocation );
               sites.puttitle, url );
               siteNames.addElementtitle );
            }
            catch MalformedURLException e ) {
               e.printStackTrace();
            }
         }
         else
            break;

         ++counter;  
      }
   }
}
<APPLET  CODE = "SiteSelector.class" WIDTH = 300 HEIGHT = 75 >
<PARAM NAME = "title0" VALUE ="Java Home Page">
<PARAM NAME = "location0" VALUE ="http://java.sun.com/">
<PARAM NAME = "title1" VALUE ="Java Tips">
<PARAM NAME = "location1" VALUE ="http://www.java-tips.org/">
<PARAM NAME = "title2" VALUE ="Java network">
<PARAM NAME = "location2" VALUE ="http://www.java.net/">
<PARAM NAME = "title3" VALUE ="JavaWorld">
<PARAM NAME = "location3" VALUE ="http://www.javaworld.com/">
</APPLET>


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