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Please Help with Notinited Applet

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I'm COMPLETELY new to this java stuff. I am trying my first applet which I downloaded from a free applets website, I customized it to how I wanted it and then placed it within my webpage using Netscape Composer. I saved the page to my hard drive and then tested it out with Netscape and IE, and Real media browers. And the applet showed up in all 3 and worked fine.

I then uploaded all the files to my server, and tried to view the page again. However the applet doesn't show up on any of my browers now. The little coffee cup appears then disappears replaced by an x and the message Applet *thename of the applet* notinited shows up in the status bar of my browsers.

I have no clue why it's not working from my server side. But could anyone tell me what I should do about this?
Here is my webpage http://www.geocities.com/tristanne/obssessed/snapehomepg5.html

And here is the applet I'm trying to use http://www.lucytime.com/verticalscrollerdownload.html

Please, please, please any help is GREATLY appreciated. And please explain in simple terms. So I will know what I should do.
Thank You!
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Here is a page with some suggestions: Lesson: Solving Common Applet Problems in the Writing Applets trail of/in the java tutorial.

When I downloaded the web page in my browser I got this exception in the java console (shown twice just this way):

Looks like your DJScroller class had trouble with a getParams call.

The second link was broken (didn't work).

It is a good idea to have the java plug–in selected to run applets in your browser and to have the java console enabled/displayed so you can get this kind of information.
[ July 04, 2004: Message edited by: Craig Wood ]
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