First, some context: I am a complete newb w.r.t. Git-anything, and not a programmer. I am trying to port some plain vanilla HTML pages (from a dead server), which contain stuff like this:
You can hear this in the word <a href=“001.mp3”>elephant</a>
and when the reader clicks “elephant”, it plays the mp3 file (or at least does what the browser is set to do with an mp3 file). I can’t figure out if there is any translation into Markdown that does this. The following does not work as desired:
You can hear this in the word elephant
This sends the end user to a separate page where they can click a download button or view raw, which will then play the file. Is there a way to cut out some steps, such as directly open the player without the intermediate page; or even, play it in the background or a second tab, while still displaying the main page? (End users will have minimal experience with computers, so simplicity is essential).
Thanks, Dave Odden