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web site audio

Posted on 1997-02-22
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I haven't been able to successfully place audio on my web site. This is important*** I want to have audio start-up automatically with individuals having to download first!
I entered some html commands I learned @ Cnets' How to put audio on page, but it didn't work. (from my browser anyway).
I am using PageMill 2 & Claris HomePage for my site creation and maintainance.

Thanks for any help!  

p.s. I am using netscape Nav 3.01
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Here you go:

<P><EMBED src="http://www.butterfly.net/mozart/nozze/audio/overture.aiff" autostart=true autoload= true controls=volume lever height=20 width=200  autostart=true loop=true></P>

I think that this example is quite clear. Put that in your html code, replace the above audio file by yours and listen. But be careful: only those surfers with the appropriate plugin can hear the sound.

Peter <pxh@mpe-garching.mpg.de>

P.s.: I have tested it with Netscape Navigator 3.01.

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