Playing Ogg videos using a Java applet

There’s a Java applet called Cortado that you can use as a fallback to play Ogg videos in browsers that have Java support but don’t support HTML5 video:

<video src="my_ogg_video.ogg" controls width="320" height="240">
    <object type="application/x-java-applet" width="320" height="240">
        <param name="archive" value="cortado.jar"><param name="code" 
		value="com.fluendo.player.Cortado.class"><param name="url" 
		value="my_ogg_video.ogg">
        <p>
            You need to install Java to play this file.
        </p>
    </object>
</video>

If you do not create an alternate child element of the cortado object element, such as the

element above, FireFox 3.5 installations that handle the video natively but do not have Java installed will incorrectly inform the user that they need to install a plugin to view content on the page.