This community-built FAQ covers the “Audio and Attributes” exercise from the lesson “Semantic HTML”.
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Introduction to HTML
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A post was split to a new topic: Embedding Video Links in a list
I’m noticing that the lesson uses following:
Quick question. There are two ways to embed audio tags into the HTML code file.
controls> <source src=" "//>
source src=" ">
The difference is subtle but the “>” after controls and source is preferred (in 2nd example?) or the source can be coded as a separate entity as it is in example one?