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HTML Plug-in

Plug-ins are computer programs that extend the standard functionality of the browser.

Helper applications are computer programs that extend the standard functionality of a web browser. Helper applications are also called plug-ins. ... Plug-ins can be used for many purposes: display maps, scan for viruses, verify your bank id, etc


Plug-ins were designed to be used for many different purposes:

  • To run Java applets
  • To display Flash movies
  • To display map
  • To scan for viruses
  • To verify a bank id

The <object> Element

It was designed to embed plug-ins (like Java applets, PDF readers, and Flash Players) in web pages, but can also be used to include HTML in HTML:

<object width="100%"  height="500px"  data="test.html"> </object>

HTML <embed> Element

Web browsers have supported the <embed> element for a long time. However, it has not been a part of the HTML specification before HTML5.

Embed Html file

<embed width="100%"  height="500px"  src="test.html">

Embed image file

<embed width="100%"  height="500px"  src="nature.jpg">


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