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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by SprinklerGuy, Jan 5, 2002.
I don't recommend using sound on a webpage, but there are some exceptions...
The first thing I do when I go to a webpage that automatically plays music is close it! I hate it!!
If it is just a little clip about 5 seconds or less, thats not so bad...
If you use it on a hover button, it might be cool. A hover button is a picture link that when you hold the cursor over, it will change colors or make a noise.
For instructions on how to make a hover button, click here.
PS - this doesn't work with Netscape, only IE.
here is a web site u can download that sound and any outher sound in the world for free
sounddogs is a great site for sound effects
Sound on a web page drives a fair portion of visitors away.
One of the "big companies" around here website sings a song when you open it. I literally want to claw my ears out it's so bad and annoying.
I agree with the rollover button, though, that might be kind of neat.