Defines an embedded object. Use this element to add multimedia to
your HTML page. This element allows you to specify the data and parameters for
objects inserted into HTML documents, and the code that can be used to
display/manipulate that data.
Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML 5
Some HTML 4.01 attributes are no longer supported.
Tips and Notes
Note: An object element can appear inside the head or the body
element. The text between the <object> and </object> is the
alternate text, for browsers that do not support this tag. The <param>
tags define run-time settings for the object.
Tip: For images use the <img> tag instead of the <object>
Tip: At least one of the "data" and "type" attributes MUST be defined.
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