Applet parameters
backgroundColor Specifies the background color of the applet. There are two ways to specify this parameter: by color name or by RGB color values 

The following color names are supported: 

                        black
                        blue
                        cyan
                        darkGray
                        gray
                        green
                        lightGray
                        magenta
                        orange
                        pink
                        red
                        white
                        yellow
                        
You may also specify the red, green, and blue values for a unique RGB color. These three numbers must be separated by commas. 

For example, this parameter will set the background color to red: 
<param name=backgroundColor value="255,0,0">

target The default frame used to display the selected page. 
fontType The label font type. Use one of the following: Dialog, Helvetica, TimesRoman, Courier.
lineSpace The amount of vertical spacing between each line.
scrollDelay The speed that the tree scrolls a node. The lower the number the faster.
textColor1 The alternating color of the labels. Specify this param the same as above.
textColor2 The alternating color of the labels. Specify this param the same as above.
arrowColor The color of the arrow. The arrows indicate the state of the node. Specify this param the same as above.
arrowShadeColor The shade color of the arrow. Specify this param the same as above.
bulletColor The color of the diamond. The diamond indicates no children exist for a node. Specify this param the same as above.
bulletShadeColor The shade color of the diamond. Specify this param the same as above.
dotColor The color of the dots connecting each node. Specify this param the same as above.
dotSpace The space between the dots. If this is 0, a line will connect each node.
mouseOverStyleEffect The style of the text when the mouse is placed over. Use same values as fontStyle.
mouseOverBulletEffect Controls the effect of flipping the main and shade color of the bullets when the mouse is placed over. Indicate yes or no.
mouseOverArrowEffect Controls the effect of flipping the main and shade color of the arrows when the mouse is placed over. Indicate yes or no.
scrollBarColor The color of the scroll bar.
path The path where the tree will open to at initial load. For example:

<param name=path value="Search Engines;Google;0Web;">

indexN The structure very simple. Each index describes one level of the tree. Each line must end with a semicolon, and the numbers must be consecutive: do not skip a number. You describe a level of the tree by listing the name of a label followed by the name of all labels that are 'beneath' it. Each label name is separated by semicolons. 

index1 must always start with a dummy "root" label, for example:

<param name=index1 value="root;Search Engines;2News;Finance;Games;Consulting.com;">

Note: If you have multiple lables with the same name, put a number before the label: 0 - 9. The applet supports 10 labels with the same name, for example, if "Web" is used more than once, so the parameters look like this:

<param name=index3 value="Google;0Web;0Images;0Groups;0Directory;0News;">
<param name=index4 value="AltaVista;1Web;1Images;MP3/Audio;Video;1Directory;1News;">

linkN The structure very simple. Each line contains the name of a label, followed by the url that it links to, followed by the name of the target frame. Each line must end with a semicolon, and the numbers must be consecutive: do not skip a number.

The target values are:
_self - load page in current frame
_parent - load page in parent frame
_top - load page in topmost frame
_blank - load page in new unnamed top-level frame
BODY - load page in new top level window named BODY. 

for example:
<param name=link12 value="NewsDay;http://www.newsday.com;frame2;">
 

highliteEffect Indicates if the text will change color when the mouse is placed over the text.
highliteColor This controls the color of the link name when the mouse move over it. Colors supported are the same as for the backgroundColor parameter. 
borderColor This controls the color of the applet's border. Colors supported are the same as for the backgroundColor parameter. 
borderRaised Creates a three dimensional effect on the applet's border. Set to either yes or no
fontStyle This is the font style used in the tree. Use one of the following: 
                        PLAIN
                        ITALIC
                        BOLD