HTML Media refers to the use of multimedia elements such as images, audio, and video in web pages. With HTML, it’s easy to add different types of media to web pages to enhance the user experience.
Here are some HTML media elements:
<img>– used for displaying images.
<audio>– used for embedding audio files.
<video>– used for embedding video files.
<source>– used for providing alternative media files for
<track>– used for providing subtitles, captions, or descriptions for
<picture>– used for providing different versions of an image for different screen sizes and resolutions.
<embed>– used for embedding external plugins or media players.
<object>– used for embedding objects such as Flash, Java applets, and multimedia files.
Each of these elements has their own set of attributes to control their behavior, such as
src for specifying the URL of the media file,
height for specifying the size of the media,
controls for enabling player controls, and many more.