3 Introducing Multimedia_presentation2 1 variant
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09.05.2020
3 Introducing Multimedia_presentation2 1 variant
3 Introducing Multimedia_presentation2 1 variant.ppt

Introducing Multimedia

Introducing Multimedia

Introducing Multimedia

HTML tags to insert multimedia objects into a webpage

HTML tags to insert multimedia objects into a webpage

10.4.2.4 4 use HTML tags to insert multimedia objects into a webpage

Absolute Pathnames (URLs) In these anchor tags, the hyperlink reference is an entire

Absolute Pathnames (URLs) In these anchor tags, the hyperlink reference is an entire

Absolute Pathnames (URLs)

In these anchor tags, the hyperlink reference is an entire URL
The Web browser needs to know how/where to find the page
A URL is made from:
a protocol specification, http://
a domain or IP address, www.bioz.com
a path to the file, /bios/sci/russell.html

Relative Pathnames Often links refer to other

Relative Pathnames Often links refer to other

Relative Pathnames

Often links refer to other Web pages on the same site
These pages are all be stored in the same or nearby folders
These anchor tags use relative pathnames
A relative pathname describes how to find the referenced file relative to the file in which the anchor tag appears

Going “Deeper” in a Folder When the file containing the anchor and the referenced file are in the same folder—we just give the file name

Going “Deeper” in a Folder When the file containing the anchor and the referenced file are in the same folder—we just give the file name

Going “Deeper” in a Folder

When the file containing the anchor and the referenced file are in the same folder—we just give the file name
Russell
When the referenced file is “deeper” in the directory, we simply give the path from the current folder down to the file Russell

Going “Higher” in a Hierarchy But, what about moving higher up in the hierarchy

Going “Higher” in a Hierarchy But, what about moving higher up in the hierarchy

Going “Higher” in a Hierarchy

But, what about moving higher up in the hierarchy
This is a UNIX operating system technique
Navigating up to another folder: add ../ to the beginning of the href attribute
Russell
Each ../ moves up one level higher in the hierarchy

The element (from the English

The element (from the English

The audio tag is not supported by your browser

The audio tag is not supported by your browser





audio </ title><br> </ head><br> <body><br> <p> text </ p><br> <audio controls><br> <source src = "audio / music.ogg" type = "audio / ogg; codecs = vorbis"><br> <source src = "audio / music.mp3" type = "audio / mpeg"><br> The audio tag is not supported by your browser.<br> <a href="audio/music.mp3"> Download music </a>.<br> </ audio><br> </ body><br></ html><br></p>

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