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    Errors on page "web Site issue"

    Heres the issue I have a web page that produces error on page and was wondering where the errors are coming from.

    www.jasnetworks.net/gmurray

    now understand I dont normally write html so if the source looks a little screwed up sorry. was wondering if someone woul be willing to help me clean this up so that everything runs smooth. No Errors.....
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    Howdy.

    It seems that your Java Applett Or file is not loading correctly, Or cannot find the file needed.

    Code:
    <center>
    <APPLET CODE="image3dcube.class" WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=250>
    	<PARAM name="background" value="000000">
    	<PARAM name="shadowcolor" value="000000">
    	<PARAM name="textcolor" value="000000">
    	<PARAM name="spotlight" value="no">
    	<PARAM name="showlightbutton" value="no">
    	<PARAM name="sleeptime" value="5">
    	<PARAM name="target" value="_self">
    	<PARAM name="anglestep" value="8">
    	<PARAM name="mouseresponse" value="6">
    	<PARAM name="zoomspeed" value="2">
    	<PARAM name="image0" value="image1.jpg">
    	<PARAM name="image1" value="image2.jpg">
    	<PARAM name="image2" value="image3.jpg">
    	<PARAM name="image3" value="image4.jpg">
    	<PARAM name="image4" value="image5.jpg">
    	<PARAM name="image5" value="image6.jpg">
    </APPLET> 
    </center>
    Maybe check to make sure the SRC is going to the right directory, and the file name is correct.

    this is the error message.
    load: class image3dcube.class not found.
    java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: image3dcube.class
    also
    Code:
    	<P ALIGN="CENTER"> [img]flagbar.jpg[/img] </P>
    Check to make sure that flagbar.jpg is in the right directory, and that the name of the file is correct also..

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    here is a copy of the class file and from what I can tell the flagbar is properly named. I have all the files stored on the root directory for my web page so I dont see an issue there. I thought maybe I have the wrong Doctype.

    the rest of the code I have tested and if I remove anything I get worse results.
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    Ah I figured out the issue. I removed this "onLoad="scrollit(100)" from the body tag and all is well now.
    Also removed alot of other broken code, but that was the main issue for the error.
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