Embed HyperView Player Object in HTML Documentation

Arguments and example for embedding statements in an HTML document in order to view a HyperView Player graphic object.

Since the H3D file created from HyperView and HyperMesh includes scene information, the arguments in the old statements for model readers and result readers are no longer needed. The HTML statements have been simplified in this release. However, the HTML files created for HyperView Player 3.1 are still supported.

HyperView Player only supports H3D direct readers. You can create an H3D file using HyperView, HyperMesh, HyperMesh result translators, such as hmnast, hmnasto2, hmradioss, hmpam, hmansys, and hmabaqus, and OptiStruct.
Note: You may need to modify your HTML files created for HyperView Player 3.1 if you were using direct readers other than h3d.dll, such as adams.dll, gfile.dll, lsdyna.dll, and madymo.dll, since those readers are no longer supported in HyperView Player.
To embed a HyperView Player object, the <EMBED> statement in HTML is used.

All arguments are case insensitive.

General Arguments for EMBED Statements Description
type Application/x-h3d
width/height Measured in pixels
SRC="URL" The location of the plug-in data file as indicated by its URL.
<EMBED        type="application/x-h3d"
           width=450 height=400

<EMBED        type="application/x-h3d"
                 width=450 height=400
Figure 1. Embedded Statement Example