RE: BGSOUND, no need for it
>So you don't mind that they will lose the sound without getting any ALT
>text? Clearly, then, you either intend to use the BGSOUND element for
>presentation, not for serious content, or you intend for your pages to
I agree totally, he defeats his own argument there. Background sound can, at
most, set the mood for a site. Say Bach for "The Study of Fugue." But that
would not be a necessary sound like a lesson page.
>>A standard HTML tag for background sound to play wav, au,
>>midi, and any others is very much needed to enhance web page design
>>allowing a seamless integration of multimedia.
Please, no more presentation tags. Its very seamless corrupting you content
with thousands of tags, which must be changed every time a new style goes
>property of BODY. As a CSS property, it could be used more generally, for
>instance as a way of "attaching" sound to hypertext links, or even to page
>actions: I could imagine properties like:
I like the sound of your imagination! These would be very useful properties.
I'd like to see them make it in the next version of css. This method is far
_/ Steve Knoblock
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