<html> <head> <title>A Great Paper - Page 1</title> </head> <body bgcolor=#FFFFFF> <p align=center> <applet codebase=../../idviclasses/ code=ibook.release.DVIOnePageApplet width=500 height=700> <param name=fontBase value=../../pkfonts/> <param name=pageMax value=30> </applet> </p> </body> </html>The applet will infer from the filename that it should display page 13 of the document, at scale factor 3. Since no document name is given explicitly, it looks for a file named page13.dvi, and displays the first page of that file. It also guesses that the next and previous pages can be displayed by asking the browser to display the files page12scale3.html and page14scale3.html, respectively, and that HyperTeX links in the document of the form <a href="pageNNN.dvi"> can be traversed by asking the browser to display the file pageNNNscale3.html.
Of course, it is possible to disable all of this inference by giving more information. The fileName applet parameter can be used to give the name of a dvi file explicitly. The pageFirst applet parameter determines what the number of the first page in the dvi file is. If we had given the options fileName="paper.dvi" and pageFirst=1 in the html example above, then the applet would have loaded the file paper.dvi and displayed the 13th page of that file.