how do you attach audio onto a website?

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cammi

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On a website, I was thinking of putting audio on it, which is in *.rm format. (yes, this question is linked to my previous thread). Instead of making it run automatically when someone surfs onto a particular page, I want to make sure they have the option to listen to it. (ie, they click onto an icon which launches real player). What is the html for this?
 
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Endemix

DAMMIT I CAN'T SHOW THE HTML CAUSE IT KEEPS EXECUTING THE CODE!!!

Okay 4th edit....READ THE ATTACHMENT
 
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Hi Endemix
If you want to show HTML code in a future post enclose it in the php tags

PHP:
<head> 

<title>Whatever</title>

<BODY>

[url]http://mydomain/myfile.rm[/url]

</BODY>

This .ram page file might be called peter.ram

The actual link to call the file (in another page such as music.html) would be

<A href=“peter.ram”>Play the Tiptoe song</A>

Thus the page “peter.ram” would not actually be viewed, it merely holds a call to the file myfile.rm

It also might help to add the following meta tag in your calling music page (the one that has the link to peter.ram)

<META CONTENT=“2;URL=mydomain/peter.ram”>
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