Sound when load page

Hi E's,
I need to load a sound (MP3) every time the page is load, and just play once and no repeat.
Have any easy way to do that, and without external library's?

The best regards,
Pedro ChagasWebmasterAsked:
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Mukesh YadavFull Stack DeveloperCommented:
<audio autoplay="autoplay">
    <source src="path.mp3" type="audio/mp3">

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You can use the tag <audio> for HTML5 is easy to use and supported by all web browsers.


<audio controls>
  <source src="sound.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">

Also you can user <embed> tag is supported by almost all browsers, its load a  container for an external application or interactive content.

example :

<embed src="http://address/sound.mp3" loop="true" autoplay="true"> </embed>

I will choose the first over the second, because for IE, Safari and Chrome it works ok, but for FireFox  could ask for a plug-in to install.
Hans LangerCommented:
You could use javascript to play a sound:

window.onload = function(){
   var audio = new Audio('audiofile.mp3');;

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Pedro ChagasWebmasterAuthor Commented:
Thank for all the answers, I will test all later in my office.
Just one thing, this solutions work in safari in iPad and iPhone's? If not, not worry, I will try to get that in other question!

Regards, JC
The <audio> tag from HTML5 should work without problem in Safari for Ipad o Iphone.
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