HTML <audio> Tag
The Audio element is used to incorporate sound material, such as music or other audio streams, in a document.
<audio> element contains one or more
<source> tags, each of which has a separate audio source. You may use the
<source> element to offer other audio files from which the browser can pick. The browser will use the first format that it recognize.
The controls property includes audio controls such as play, pause, and volume, as well as compatibility for audio formats such as MP3, WAV, and OGG.
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|autoplay||autoplay||The autoplay setting specifies that the audio will begin playing as soon as it is available.|
|controls||controls||Specifies whether or not audio controls (such as a play/pause button) should be shown.|
|loop||loop||Specifies that the audio shall be restarted whenever it is ended.|
|muted||muted||Specifies whether or not the audio output should be muted.|
|Specifies whether or not the author believes the audio should be loaded when the page loads.|
|src||URL||Specifies the audio file's URL.|
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