Once your applet is prepared, you need to design the web pages
which will lead to and hold the applet. You will of course wish to design those pages
in line with the general feel of the rest of your site, with a few special considerations.
Mi Ni Pai gives you the option of embedding the full applet in a web page, or opening the game in it's own special applet (non-web page) window by using the window parameter. Many browsers use screen space for menus, tool bars, and the like. This may cut into the space you need for your game, and you can get around this problem by opening the game in its own window. In other cases, you may wish to "dress up" the area around the applet and leave it embedded in the page.
You may be able to fit everything you need onto one page, but more likely you will want two use a leading page which links to the actual applet. The leading page can be used to include an introduction, instructions and other links.
You will wish to include at least rudimentary instructions on playing
the game. These instructions should be very simple, and should point out any special
aspects of your edition (such as complex tile sets, load options, sound options,
The following are the recommended brief instructions for the game:
Mi Ni Pai is a solitaire tile matching game.
If you include large sounds or music you may wish to give your
players the option of loading one of several variations on your edition, as suits
their taste and connection speed.
Note that some edition variations require separate license fees. Refer to the definition of an edition for more information.
You may want to provide links to related Mi Ni Pai games. Mi Ni
Pai also requires that you provide a link to the Mi Ni Pai home page using approved
graphics or verbage (licensee
Mi Ni Pai Graphics
Since Mi Ni Pai is a game, it is expected that children and young
adults will use search engines to find other editions. To prevent these innocent
searches from yielding sites with adult content, any pages which carry adult content,
refer to Mi Ni Pai and which are available to any commercial search engines are required
to use the phrase "XMi XNi XPai" in place of "Mi Ni Pai" on such
Note that this requirement holds true even if access to the site is restricted; it is undesirable for an innocent search to yield adult language describing the site, even if access to the site itself is restricted.
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