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This article brings forth an interesting topic that concerns web development that is Audio Tag In HTML. This article will help you explore this HTML topic with practical demonstration. Following pointers will be touched in this article,
HTML is obviously the first thing what comes across the minds after listening the term Www. Basically, it’s the thing behind each and every website you visit today.
HTML alone can’t do the justice with some of the most-loved designs that we see today. It requires help and that is provided by CSS or Cascading Style Sheet. HTML & CSS can be used together to create some attractive web pages.
Tags & Attributes in HTML
These both are the basics of the HTML and they both work together but performs different functions.
Tags: Tags are used to mark up the start of the HTML element and is enclosed by the angular brackets.
The above tag is the heading tag in HTML.
Attributes: These are the additional information about the tags and are specified within the tag.
<img src=”hello_world.jpg” alt=”My first program”>
The above tag is image tag <img> and alt is the attribute for the tag and provides the description for the image hello_world.jpg
As we have discussed the basics that we needed, so now we can move further with the motive of this article which is some advanced HTML and CSS tags.
As the name specifies, this tag is definitely responsible for the sounds on the web page. This can be used to provide music or any other stream to the web page. The currently supported formats that can be used with <audio> tag is MP3, WAV and OGG.
<audio controls> <source src="welcome_tune.ogg" type="audio/ogg"> <source src="welcome_tune.mp3" type="audio/mpeg" > Your browser does not support the audio tag. </audio>
GitHub Gist Link: <script src=”https://gist.github.com/snehseel/6605e463ff17e3886a52a2e9d1f26125.js”> </script>
This is how an audio would appear on the web page.
The line which contains the message that the audio tag is not supported is shown if the browser used by the user does not support the audio tag. The audio tag was introduced in HTML 5. So, the browsers which does not support the HTML 5 would not support the audio tag.
The attributes for the audio tag are:
Note: Audio tag also supports the global attributes in HTML such as accesskey, class, dir, dropzone, hidden, id, lang, style.
This brings us to the end of this article on Audio Tag In HTML.
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