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I need help with CSS coding; In my code, I want to place an embedded url link (with an mp3) into my code This is what I have as my embedded code <embed name="hitler" src=" http://www.freeinfosociety.com/media/sounds/2608.mp3 " loop="true" hidden="true" autostart="true"> </embed> Now WHERE DO I PUT IT?! In the body? In the middleish part? Any help would be AWESOME!

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    I think I see where you're going with this, but a few things first: -This is HTML, not CSS. -Autostarting and looping a hidden sound file is considered a bad practice because it's kinda "rude"; people don't necessarily want to hear something playing and not be able to stop it. If this effect is still desirable or central to the purpose of your page, then by all means continue. You can place your embed element (tag) anywhere between the "<html>" and "</html>" tags - even in the "<head>" section. Usually this will go in the "<body>" section, however, and will be paired up with some script and/or button to stop the file's playback. Consider looking into HTML5's super-cool audio capabilities to make the page more interactive.

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