Can answer most questions about formatting Web pages and building Web sites using Composer. I am familiar with most components of Compuser including publishing and html source code.
I have been working professionally with computers for more than 40 years. I currently teach Web site development using xhtml at a major midwest university. While I now use Nvu, an open source upgrade to Composer, I started with Composer when it was first introduced. I taught Web site development using Composer for several years.
Multiple journals and conference procedings. Technical editor for a comprehensive xhtml book just recently published.
Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Cincinnati. Passed five part CDP exam in 1981. Began teaching at the university level part-time in 1980 and full time in 1986.
If you are now using composer, you may want to upgrade to Nvu. It is free from Nvu.com and works independently from a browser. Users of Firefox will like it. It provides a site manager for publishing that is pretty efficient.
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With Firefox, the .wav file worked immediately and the .mid file worked after I installed Quicktime. With IE, the .wav file did not work, but the .mid file worked using Windows Media Player. I saw that
I can see your code by clicking view/source in the browser. This is what I found: <p><BGSOUND SRC=" http://www.gdlair.com/untitled.mid" LOOP=1> <p><embed src=" http://www.gdlair.com/untitled.mid" autostart="true"
I am a little rusty on sound myself, but I should be able to help you. Quite a bit has changed with regard to embedded sound files over the last 10 years. I assume that this is an embedded background
Caption is actually a tag that can be used within a table cell to associate text with an image, but it looks like you are not using table cells for your images. The tag is not directly supported by Komposer
Sorry I am late getting back to you on this. I was out of town at a conference. I no longer have the link to your site, so I cannot look at your code. The answer to your question depends to some degree