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Summary

In this chapter, you learned what multimedia content is and how it relates to the Web page. You saw the different reasons for adding multimedia content to your pages, along with a few reasons to avoid it. From there, you learned how to include multimedia content by either linking to it or embedding it in the page. The chapter continued with a discussion of some specific multimedia formats—QuickTime, Windows Media, RealMedia, and Flash. Finally, it ended with a discussion of Java applets and how they, too, can be embedded in your Web pages.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn a little about designing an entire Web site, including the creation of style sheets and site-wide styles that can be used to make the appearance of your Web site uniform.


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