|Description||A replacement for the HTML5
|Supported Layouts||fixed, fixed-height, nodisplay|
|Examples||Annotated code example for amp-audio|
amp-audio component loads the audio resource specified by its
src attribute at a time determined by the runtime. It can be controlled in much the same way as a standard HTML5
Like all embedded external resources in an AMP file, the audio is "lazily" loaded, only when the
amp-audio element is in or near the viewport
amp-audio component accepts up to three unique types of HTML nodes as children:
sourcetags: Just like in the HTML
<audio>tag, you can add
<source>tag children to specify different source media files to play.
- a placeholder for before the audio starts: One or zero immediate child nodes can have the
placeholderattribute. If present, this node and its children form a placeholder that will display instead of the audio. A click or tap anywhere inside of the
amp-audiocontainer will replace the placeholder with the audio itself.
- a fallback if the browser doesn’t support HTML5 audio: One or zero immediate child nodes can have the
fallbackattribute. If present, this node and its children form the content that displays if HTML5 audio is not supported on the user’s browser.
<amp-audio width="400" height="300" src="https://yourhost.com/audios/myaudio.mp3"> <div fallback> <p>Your browser doesn’t support HTML5 audio</p> </div> <source type="audio/mpeg" src="foo.mp3"> <source type="audio/ogg" src="foo.ogg"> </amp-audio>
Required if no
<source> children are present. Must be HTTPS.
If present, the attribute implies that the audio will start playing as soon as it is ready.
If present, the audio will automatically loop back to the start upon reaching the end.
If present, will mute the audio by default.
This element includes common attributes extended to AMP components.
See amp-audio rules in the AMP validator specification.