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The <object> element is used to add an external resource in the form of an image, a third party plugin, or another web document.

Code Example

<object data="myflashfile.swf" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="550" height="400"> <param name="movie" value="myflashfile.swf"> </object> The following example adds a browsing context like the <iframe> to insert another document or application: <object data="other_page.html" width="360" height="240"></object>


globals - the global attributes common to all elements possible values: see global attribute list data - specify the path to the object data source possible values: "path/to/file" type - specify the data/application type possible values: "valid MIME type" typemustmatch - specify that the data attribute value matches the possible values: value not required name - specify a name for the object possible values: "string" usemap - specify a <map> to bind to the object possible values: "the map name attribute value" form - specify the id of a form that the object is associated with possible values: "form id" width - specify the width of the object possible values: "integer", "percentage" height - specify the height of the object possible values: "integer", "percentage"

Official Documentation



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