1. Sign in to weebly and click on the edit button next to your site name
2. On the "Elements" tab on the top, go to "Multimedia" and drag a file element onto your page.
3. Follow directions to upload your .class file. MAKE SURE THAT THE NAME IS ALL LOWERCASE!!!!!!!
4. Hit the publish button and go to your published page.
5. Remember your .class file? Right-click on it and copy the link address or link location.
6. Go back to editing your weebly page.
7. On the "Elements" tab, go down to "More" and drag in the "Custom HTML" element.
8. Click to edit the custom HTML element- this is where we are going to put our applet code.
9. If my link location to my .class file was http://www.phunsics.com/uploads/3/3/2/6/3326331/countme.class, my applet code would read:
<applet codebase="http://www.phunsics.com/uploads/3/3/2/6/3326331" code="countme.class" width=something height=something></applet>
The idea is that the codebase tells the browser where to look for a .class file and the code itself tells it whick .class it is.
10. Publish again, and your applet should appear.