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19<h2><font color="#669900" face="Arial">The FreeMind Web applet</font></h2>
20<h3><font color="#669900" face="Arial">Installing the FreeMind applet at your
21Web site</font></h3>
22<p><font face="Arial">You can install the Java applet at your Web site so that
23other users can browse your mind maps through their Internet browsers, if they
24have Java 1.4 or greater installed.</font></p>
25<p><font face="Arial">The FreeMind home page has a sample map and applet
26installed at:</font></p>
27<p><font face="Arial">http://freemind.sourceforge.net/Freemind-development.html</font></p>
28<p><font face="Arial">(cut and paste the link to your regular browser)</font></p>
29<p><font face="Arial">To put a map on your own page, you'll first need to
30download the applet called &quot;freemind-browser&quot;, which can be found at the bottom
31of the FreeMind download page:</font></p>
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33<a href="https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=7118">Download
34page</a><a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=7118" target="_blank">.
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36<p><font face="Arial">The downloaded archive contains two files,
37freemindbrowser.jar and freemindbrowser.html. </font></p>
38<p><font face="Arial">It's a good idea to put both these files, along with the
39map itself, in a directory on your Web site.&nbsp; Create a link from your page
40to freemindbrowser.html. Edit freemindbrowser.html, setting the path inside it
41to point to your mind map.&nbsp; (You can locate the files in other ways, but be
42aware that the applet's jar file must be located at the same server as the map
43itself. This is for Java security reasons.)</font></p>
44<p><font face="Arial">------------------------------</font></p>
45<li style="list-style-type: none"><font face="Arial">Robert J. Alexander has
46provided a far more detailed
47<a href="http://freemind.sourceforge.net/docs/Serving%20Freemind%20maps%20in%20a%20browser/">
48discussion of installing the applet</a> on a machine running Apache's Web
49server. </li>
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51<h3><font color="#669900" face="Arial">Using the FreeMind applet </font></h3>
52<p><font face="Arial">Clicking the link to freemindbrowser.html will display
53your map in browse mode, that is, read-only. Clicking the nodes toggles folding
54or opens links. Dragging the background will move the map. You can also search
55the map, using the node popup menu. </font></li>
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