One way to add to the exerience of visiting your website is to provide sound effects. It's
extremely easy to add a click sound when a visitor clicks on a link. The first thing
you need to do is locate a click sound file and store it on your web server.
Then you need to place html code for a span with the id attribute music. Inside
that span, nest the html code to embed the sound on your webpage. The code for to embed
the sound on your webpage is shown below.
One problem with this approach is that it works only in Internet Explorer. You may choose
instead to use the HTML5 audio element to play your sound. This will work in all
newer browsers (but not in older browsers). To use the HTML5 audio element,
replace the code for the <embed> element with the code for the <audio> element,
as shown below.
Note that in this code I also included the DOCTYPE and head tags for a proper HTML5 webpage,
although I found that the audio element also works with the HTML 4.0 Transitional
DOCTYPE in the Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. Note that you may need to keep the
HTML 4.0 DOCTYPE for other code on your webpage to work.
Also with this code you don't need the previous function in the <head> section of your
webpage, because I coded it right in the link's onclick event, that's just another way of doing it. The
code in the link's onclick event executes the audio element's play method.