HTML Tags

align=alignment

Determines how to align the object. May have the following values:

CENTER Center the header
LEFT Align to the left
RIGHT Align to the right
"browser specific parameter"=value

Any number of browser specific parameters which are needed by the embedded object.

autostart="n" Internet Explorer and Netscape. Indicates if the sound should start automatically. Netscape default is TRUE, Internet Explorer is FALSE.
endtime="mm:ss" Netscape. Indicates spot (minutes and seconds) on track where play is to end.
href="url" Internet Explorer. Converts sound control file into URL.
loop="n" Netscape. Specifies if the sound should be played continuously (set loop to TRUE), a certain number of times (a positive value) or not at all (FALSE).
playcount="n" Internet Explorer. Specifies the number of times to play the sound.
pluginspace="url" Netscape. Location of software necessary to install the plugin file. Only needed if the plugin is not a standard one.
pluginurl="url" Netscape. Location of software necessary to play the sound file. Only needed if the plugin is not a standard one.
starttime="mm:ss" Netscape. Indicates spot (minutes and seconds) on track where play is to start.
target="url" Internet Explorer. Converts sound control file into URL.
volume="n" Netscape. Controls volume of the sound. Can be from 0 (off) to 100 (full volume).
hidden="value"

Defines if the object shows on the page. FALSE means no and TRUE means yes.
height="n"

Height of the object in pixels or en.
NAME="name"

A name used to reference the object.
SRC="url"

URL of the object to be embedded. This can be any recognized (by the client system) sound file (.midi, .wav and so on).
units="x"

Indicates how to measure the units.

pixels The default - measure in pixels.
en Measure in en spaces.
width="n"

Width of the object in pixels or en.
"optional parameter"=value

Any number of optional parameters which are needed by the embedded object. These are totally dependant upon what's required by the object itself.

Examples:

This command embeds the movie "mymovie.mov" at the current location with a window which is 100 by 100 pixels.