WOW! That's pretty much all you can say at this point. Yeah, we didn't give you much to go on in this chapter about actually putting any of these extensions to use. But, they are definitely not Dummies level material. We do cover these subjects in more detail in the companion book MORE HTML For Dummies, 2nd Edition. But even there, we don't dive into the nitty gritty aspects of each unique authoring environment. We do show you how to add pre-existing media files of these types to your site by using standard HTML markup, and we give lots of references to online and print resources that do get into the intermediate and advanced levels of Web enhancement. So if you want to move above and beyond the beginner level, you may want to check out MORE HTML For Dummies, 2nd Edition.

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