Audioscopes That Work
In E-mail & A Web Page
Sort of Like This One

Update As of June 5, 2003

There have been so many changes since this was first launched in 1999 that I am going to leave everything below the update as is just in case of MSNTV aka WebTV starts messing with a good thing once again.

The Below Is For A Web Page or E-mail:

<html>
<body bgcolor="pick_a_color" text="pick_a_color">
All of your other commands for images etc would go here such as:
<embed src="The URL that has the rest of your signatures programming goes here">
<embed src="URL_of_scope.html">
</body>
</html>

The placement (locaton) of a scope is the same as any other item, image, link or whatever. For a web page or e-mail just embed the scope and you will have a functioning audioscope. See the bottom of this page. I used <embed src="The_URL_For_My_Scope_Here"> with the extension of dot html in this write for the below three scopes and it works just fine as you can see. This again updated page is the collection of many authors that I have compiled information from and have used to publish this tutorial especially Ms. Toots. Oh BTW audioscopes are only seen by the WebTV browser period ergo no computers at all.

Update As of November 23, 2000



I bet you would like to have an audioscope back in your email or in your Web page? If you follow the below guide lines you can have an audioscope once again. Two of the good authors, Dextrimental and Chris, have come up with the below codes. The extensions of .qt, .wrl and .html seem to work best for the scope depending upon your host server.


The Below Is For A Web Page
Or E-mail as of 6-5-2003

<html>
<body bgcolor="pick_a_color" text="pick_a_color">
All of your other commands for images etc would go here such as:
<embed src="The URL that has the rest of your signatures programming goes here">
<embed src="URL_of_scope.html">
</body>
</html>

The above is true as of 5 June 2003 for e-mail and a web page.

I have been informed that as of June 4, 2003 the extension of dot html works perfect for a web page as it does for e-mail.

For a Web page just embed the scope and you will have a functioning audioscope in your Web page.  See the bottom of this page.  I used <embed src="The_URL_For_My_Scope_Here"> with the extension of dot wrl in this write for the below scope and it works just fine as you can see.

Update As of March 25, 2000

I am going to leave the below writings intact for now. The only extension that works as of March 25, 2000 is qt which was finally discovered by Fred Dayton, Sr. after trying many extensions.

Some file servers won't accept a.shtml extension.  If this happens try .tmp, .smil, .x, .wrk, .cnf, .cod or .wrl

This works best for GeoCities .tmp or .wrl but for now use .qt

This works best for TalkCity .shtml

This works best for Angelfire.wrl

Once you have changed the extension to anything other than .html or .htm you can not edit. To edit just change the extension back to .html or .htm Then change back to the working extension such as .tmp, .smil, .shtml or whatever it was. I use The Zone and I use
<embed src="Scope_URL_Here.vox">
This is true as of February 28, 2000 thanks to Fred. This page is the collection of many authors that I have compiled and have used to publish this tutorial.

Also visit this News Group:

news:alt.discuss.audioscopes

For other excellent sites on audioscopes visit:

Chardonnay1's Scoop On Scopes

Chardonnay1's Audioscopes

~Worƒscopes~

Cool Scopes to CCP!

Dayton's Scopes Are Back

Flo's Scopes Playground

Jazzman's Linkable Scopes 4 U 2 Use

MsV's Scopes By Design

MrsK's Scopin' Lessons

MsV's Scopelettes

Name Scopes by Nelson

Name Scope Generator by Nelson

Name (Mini) Scope Generator by Nelson

Scope Your State

Scopin' Styles

Welcome To Dale's Scopes Trix

What WebTV4 Net Says About Audioscopes



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