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If you'd like to have two sounds in your email which is no longer doable then please click on this marquee.

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You can hear two sounds on a web page by using the codes below:

<<>html>
<<>head>
<<>meta http-equiv="refresh" content="8;URL=second_sound_URL_goes_here">
<<>title>
Your page title here
<<>/title>
<<>/head>
<<>body bgcolor="..." text="...">
<<>bgsound src="first_sound_URL_goes_here" loop="2">
The rest of your codes here
<<>/body>
<<>/html>

I showed the basic codes of the above only for display purposes. The rest of the codes would go in their usual places. The 8 represents the number of seconds [time] before the second sound starts loading. The first sound,
<<>bgsound src=".....">, is programmed in the normal way and will loop. I would only use loop for a wav [first sound]. If you want to use a midi first then tap your "options" key when the song is playing and watch the timer and make sure you use the number in the meta tag in seconds. The meta tag will start loading the second sound when time has elapsed. If you do not transload and you use sounds that are linkable then this is the preferred method. I transload and that way I am not quility of "bandwidth theft" especially for a wav as I do not know of a sight that has sounds for wav linking. For a page on bgsound and music for linking then click here.

The below has been nuked by WTV and that procedure is older tham dirt circa 2000.
(1) First create a page ending in HTML or HTM (use lower case) with just a sound file such as: midi, wav or au but not a RAM or RA, real audio, unless it is for a web page only. This will be your second page. Real audio should not be played in email at least not autostarted so use an on off switch.

(2)  Then create another page, ending in HTML or HTM, (use lower case) with this code in it.

<<>html>
<<>head>
<<>meta http-equiv="refresh" content="30;url=http://url_for_page_with_the_ second_sound_here">
<<>title>your page title here
<<>/title>
<<>/head>
<<>body bgcolor="..." text="...">
<<>bgsound src="http://url_of_the_first_sound_here">
<<>/body>
<<>/html>

(3) Change 30 to however long (time) you want the delay to last before you want the second sound to start.  That is a semi-colon after 30 not a colon.

(4) Rename the page with the extension for your homepage file server. (Only qt may be used at this time)

(5) For example: At Geocities for example you would create this if you have a sub-diretory name midis as I do.
midis/open_arms.html and then rename
midis/open_arms.qt

(6) Then create a third page and embed the second page in it with an extension of html or htm.  This is the page that has all of your other tags and codes that is or will be embedded in your email signature box.

(7) Embed that page in your file that you use when you embed your signature or embed in your sig box.  It is better to embed your entire signature in your file server instead of linking.

(8) For example:
<<>embed src="http://www.wtv-zone.com/bluefox/midis/open_arms.qt" autostart="true" loop="1">

It is not necessary to have any other sound file codes in your signature box.

The credit of finding the correct extension belongs to Fred Dayton Sr.

Through the collective minds of The Jazzman, Fred Dayton Sr. and Tyhart the above was written.

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