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Sunday, 19 August 2007
Background sounds
Mood:  energetic
Topic: HTML Questions

Allright, I've uploaded all my sound files into their own "sounds" folder as .wav files. I pasted the code

<EMBED SRC="tune.mid" HIDDEN="True" loop="1">
<BGSOUND SRC="tune.mid" loop="1">

into my webpage as instructed, and it's working, but it isn't exactly what I want. Apparently this is code for background music, but as background music can drown out the sound of a screen reader reading my web page to blind people, I would never use this on my site. What I want is for a short clip of sound to play once or twice as the page loads. For example, I have a picture of a Quagga zebra on my home page. I want people visiting my home page to hear the sound of a zebra's whinny once or twice, and then it'd be silent. Can I do that?

Posted by turtlestruebiz at 7:51 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink | Share This Post

Sunday, 19 August 2007 - 10:31 PM EDT

Name: "anonymous"

that is the code

<EMBED SRC="tune.wav" HIDDEN="True" loop="no">
<BGSOUND SRC="tune.wav" loop="no">

just change the file name  tune.wav to your file name

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