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HTML <param> name Attribute

HTML param Tag Reference HTML <param> tag

Example

Set the "autoplay" parameter to "true", so the sound will start playing as soon as the page loads:

<object data="horse.wav">
  <param name="autoplay" value="true">
</object>

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Browser Support

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The name attribute is supported in all major browsers. However, the file format defined in <object> may not be supported in all browsers.


Definition and Usage

The name attribute specifies the name of a <param> element.

This attribute is used together with the value attribute to specify parameters for the plugin specified with the <object> tag.

The name attribute value can be any name supported by the specified object.


Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML5

NONE.


Syntax

<param name="name">

Attribute Values

Value Description
name The name of the parameter


HTML param Tag Reference HTML <param> tag

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