Re: midi html tags
On Tue, 18 Jul 2000, Jaye Inabnit ke6sls wrote:
> Rather silly querry, but needs asking; I built my website using M$ frontpage,
> and it worked well. browsing it with M$ browsers etc produces midi. Not so
> with netscape. is there a fix to make netscape work with the M$ midi tag?
> I can browse sites that were built with netscape and the midi does work,
> so I will assume that M$ isn't using excepted tags for the midi play.
> any help much appreciated.
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> If it's stupid, but works, it ain't stupid.
I don't know what M$ products use to build MIDI into HTML, but the right
way to do it according to HTML v4.01 (see http://www.w3.org/) is to use
13.3 Generic inclusion: the OBJECT element
<!ELEMENT OBJECT - - (PARAM | %flow;)*
-- generic embedded object -->
%attrs; -- %coreattrs, %i18n, %events --
declare (declare) #IMPLIED -- declare but don't instantiate
flag -- classid %URI; #IMPLIED -- identifies an
codebase %URI; #IMPLIED -- base URI for classid, data,
archive-- data %URI; #IMPLIED -- reference to object's
type %ContentType; #IMPLIED -- content type for data --
codetype %ContentType; #IMPLIED -- content type for code --
archive %URI; #IMPLIED -- space separated archive list --
standby %Text; #IMPLIED -- message to show while loading
height %Length; #IMPLIED -- override height --
width %Length; #IMPLIED -- override width --
usemap %URI; #IMPLIED -- use client-side image map --
name CDATA #IMPLIED -- submit as part of form --
tabindex NUMBER #IMPLIED -- position in tabbing order --
Start tag: required, End tag: required.