Using a JLabel to use html elements
I was able to create a, very poor, textarea with the html and textarea tags inside a JLabel. However, it's not letting me really alter the cols that much. Also, it won't do textfield.
Also, how do I access the value of my textarea inside the JLabel? And how do I get the JLabel to do an href, i.e. become a link? I got the blue underline but it's not going anywhere.
public class LabelFormExample extends JFrame
private JLabel form;
private JPanel contentPane;
contentPane = new JPanel();
setContentPane(new JScrollPane(contentPane, JScrollPane.VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED, JScrollPane.HORIZONTAL_SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED));
form = new JLabel("<html><form><textarea rows=30 cols=30> <br/> Wenguin <br/> <textfield> </textfield> <A HREF=http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_textarea_cols.asp> Mongoose </A></form></html>");
contentPane.add(new JLabel("<html><A href=http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_textarea_cols.asp> Website </A></html>"));
contentPane.add(new JLabel("<html><textfield text=mongoose></textfield></html>"));
contentPane.add(new JLabel("<html><img src=C:/Users/Wenguin/Documents/Rikki2/Rikki2/Avíá1.jpg></img></html>"));
public static void main(String args)
Seriously, how do you turn a JLabel into a hyperlink?
What happened to my thread?
Seriously, is there a way to incorporate html elements in Java GUI's?
What I was confused on was how come my textarea inside the JLabel couldn't expand beyond a certain amount of columns.
This also might be useful if trying to make a JApplet also have an html form in it.
Why the heck was my thread deleted?
Re: Using a JLabel to use html elements
You should know the forum rules and rhythm by now - your thread was not deleted, it was moved to the appropriate category.
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