The main problem related to embedding audio in HTML is browser compatibility. Different browsers may support different audio formats, and not all browsers support the same audio codecs. Additionally, HTML5 audio tags are not supported in all browsers, so older versions of Internet Explorer may not be able to play embedded audio files. Furthermore, some mobile devices may have difficulty playing certain types of embedded audio files due to hardware limitations or software restrictions.
<audio controls> <source src="yourAudioFile.mp3" type="audio/mpeg"> Your browser does not support the audio element. </audio>
3. Your browser does not support the audio element. – This line of code provides a message for browsers that do not support HTML5 audio elements, letting them know that they cannot play this particular audio file on their browser.
Embed audio element
To use an audio element on your web page, you need to include it in your HTML code:
The “controls” attribute adds player controls (play/pause, etc.) to the element so that users can control audio playback. The “src” attribute specifies the location of the audio file and its type (“type”). You can also specify multiple sources for different types of files (e.g., .ogg and .mp3).