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The object element has long been a subject of mystery and frustration. How do we use it? How well is it supported?

As part of the WaSP asks the W3C project, we consult the W3C about the correct way to include multimedia elements such as sound, animation and video into our humble (X)HTML pages. In the first of a two-part article, the W3C provides some context for this issue and fills us in on the history of the birth of multimedia in HTML.

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