Embedding Quicktime

Quicktime still requires the double-object method to get it done across all browsers. Not super pretty, but it does get the job done.

<object classid="clsid:02BF25D5-8C17-4B23-BC80-D3488ABDDC6B"
       width="200" height="16">
 <param name="src" value="movie.mov" />
 <param name="autoplay" value="true" />
 <param name="pluginspage" value="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/" />
 <param name="controller" value="true" />
 <!--[if !IE]> <-->
   <object data="movie.mov" width="200" height="16" type="video/quicktime">
     <param name="pluginurl" value="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/" />
     <param name="controller" value="true" />
 <!--> <![endif]-->

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  1. elandy2009
    Permalink to comment#

    Al least it is valid HTML

    • Peter Pandey
      Permalink to comment#

      Respected Sir!
      I am new in css, I want to know, how to decorate title attribute of the links.

      <a href=” title=’this is link’>Link</a>

      I want to change default background color of title.

    • Sameer

      @Peter Pandey this is not possible in css. You should use jQuery to change the style of title attribute. I suggest you to make tool. tooltip will show when mouseover on object and will remove on mouseout.
      You can use this jQuery Plugin.

  2. Nilakash
    Permalink to comment#

    Can i have the code of the search box of this page or some thing like this….?

  3. sreekanth allamudi

    you can use CSS [attribute] Selector


    color: yellow;

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