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    I went around looking for an amazingly cool text effect, and what do you know, I found it. It looks pretty damn cool. However, when I try to use the script for my webpage, it creates a grey blank box. What is wrong?

    BTW: http://www.6sense.com/applets/flame/default.php is my source for the Java code.

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    Can you provide the link to your site? Or the source code you used on it. It worked for me locally without any problem.

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    I can't provide the link, but I can however provide the source code:

    <html><head>
    <style> {cursor:Crosshair} </style>
    <body>
    <body bgcolor=black>


    <style type="text/css">body{cursor:url("http://plugin.smileycentral.com/http%253A%252F%252Fplugin%252Esmileycentral%252Ecom%252Fassetserver%252Fcursor%252Ejhtml%253Fcur%253D1%2526i%253D2a/image.gif") !important;}</style>

    <br><center>
    <applet archive="flame3.jar" code="flame3.class" width=400 height=300>
    <param name="text" value="Avenged Sevenfold+ Presents+A City So Malicious+That It Can Only Be Called...+A City Of Evil">
    <param name="decay" value="20">
    <param name="id_key" value="6s890667530995822119">
    </applet>
    Would the code for the cursor effect the Java from running?

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    No. Does the "flame3.jar" file exist in the same directory as the web page? Also (general points), you should have a backup for non-Java-enabled browsers (inside the <applet> tag in this case) and validate your page.
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    You've got to understand that I am not actually putting the page on the net for the public. Rather it will just be run off the computer network. Its for a school project, so its not going to be viewed by anyone except those that currently are attending my school...

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    Still a good idea. You didn't answer my first question, though, which was the most pertinent.
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    Alright, got it working. Thanks a lot for your help...

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