FAQ: Semantic HTML - Audio and Attributes

This community-built FAQ covers the “Audio and Attributes” exercise from the lesson “Semantic HTML”.

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Web Development

Introduction to HTML

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I’m noticing that the lesson uses following: . From reviewing the MDN and other sources, it appears that the “audio/mp3” is a “Mime Type”. When I go to Mime Type documentation though, the MDN and other sources, appear to tell me that I should use “audio/mpeg” (likely because MP3 is just a MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3). However, is there a risk that some browsers won’t support “audio/mp3” or that in the future this could get deprecated?