major html commands for sound
safest opion ( but not the best quality) make a cross platform/cross
browser compatiable sound file in low quality 8bit sampling (.au), to
place it on your page use the following tag:
The tag is supposedly only IE explorer readeable.
I note that Netscape 3 can launch it but in a fairly unreliable manner.
Works fine from the desktop but when you download it it goes strange.
The tag will be recognized as long as it contains
.wav, .au or .midi documents.
buttons and functions
you want controls visible and activesuch
as this sound panel use the following tags:
insert what you want from the options listed below>
can also re-size these elements using the <width=number of pixels
height=number of pixels> tag. Also use the align tags with which
you are familiar to specify placement.
elements that you can specify include the <loop= insert what you
want from the options listed below>
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specific number " (so the clock can strike a particular hour
when you use the sampled sound of a chime in different places to indicate
a different time of day.
if you state this option your sound will be a true loop that never
of a 5 minute (non streaming soundfile)
way of getting larger files to the end user is to compress them into self
expanding archives and allowing the user to use ftp protocol to retrieve
the file .