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Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Linking or Embedding Sound

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If you want to add some life to a Web page, you can add sound to it. Dreamweaver allows you to add a variety of sounds formats, including WAV, MIDI, MP3 (MPG), AIF, RA (Real Audio), MOV (QuickTime). Some audio formats require visitors to download and install a plug-in to play the sound. Some plug-ins include QuickTime, Windows Media Player or RealPlayer. You can add a sound to a page by linking the audio file to text or an image or by embedding the audio file directly into the page. When you link an audio file, the visitor needs to click the link to play the sound. When you embed an audio file, the sound plays when you load a page with a background sound, or when you trigger an event. When you add sounds to one or more pages, use careful judgement and discernment. The old adage “less is more” seems to be a good rule of thumb. It’s always a good practice to provide a way for visitors to turn off the sound.

Link to a Sound File

Open the Web page you want to create a link to an audio file.

Select the text or image you want to use as the link to the audio file.

Open the Properties panel.

Click the Browse For File button next to the Link box to select the audio file, or enter the file’s path and name.

Did You Know?

You can link to or embed other videos (AVI or MPEG). Instead of using a sound file, you can use the same steps to link to a video file or embed a video file.

Embed a Sound File

Open the Web page you want to embed a sound file.

Click to place the insertion point where you want to embed a sound file.

Embed a sound file using one of the following options:

  • Click the Common tab on the Insert panel, click the Media arrow button, and then click Plugin.

  • Click the Insert menu, point to Media, and then click Plugin.

Open the Properties panel.

Click the Browse For File button next to the Src box to select the audio file, or enter the file’s path and name.

Enter the width and height for the placeholder, or drag to resize it.
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