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How to make a sound play on hover over button


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Niyol

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Hi I want to have this in CSS and have tried a few ways to do it but none work I have also looked online and tried other peoples ways, they didn't work either.
I want to be able to have a sound play when I hover the mouse over a button, I can do it in java but I wanted to use CSS to do it. I'd like to hear your ideas. Must be CSS please.

Thank you for any ideas shared :thumbsup:
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TheBigHelper

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Here : http://css-tricks.co...sound-on-hover/ This might be what you asked for. I thought it would be better to just link to you to that simple and beautiful guide instead of me trying to explain it to you.
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Hello TheBigHelper and thank you for the reply.
The web link you gave me is java script was it the right link? as I wanted to use pure css.
I can already write it in java but have been trying for ages to do it in css. Ive made a gallery in css and made pictures spin, flip with writing appear all with using css and thought there must be a way to do sound on mouse over in css.
I'm pretty sure I have come across this one on my search for a css mouse over and many more all say css but turn out to be java script, I'm not sure why they title them as css not java script.
Thank you for your kind assistance, time and effort :thumbsup:
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