Mosaic supports use of the
<SOUND> element for playing in-line sound. This element allows the playing of *.WAV files in pages. NOTE : The
<SOUND> element is only supported by Mosaic.
The syntax is:
<SOUND> element supports the following attributes:
This will play the sound sample continuously while the page is being viewed.
This will delay playing of the sound file for sec seconds after the page and sound file have finished loading.
NOTE : Although Mosaic will support the use of the
<BGSOUND> element (for .WAV files only), it will not play in-line *.MID MIDI files without launching an external application as defined in the 'Helper Application' set up.
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