Media objects are any kind of media files, including photos, GIFs, and audio and video files. The term is generally used in HTML coding, where media objects are considered non-HTML files or apps. In an HTML code or document, media object is the section that represents the actual media. It could be a link to a hosted image or a connection to a business's repository of objects. Different kinds of companies have different types of media objects. For instance, an architectural firm may have plenty of 3D models to display on its website; these are also media objects.
What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Media Objects
SMBs can use multiple media objects on their websites and blogs to ensure their branding is not just focused on hard-to-digest blocks of text. Web developers often create easy-to-follow codes or offer templates that allow content creators at SMBs to add in media objects easily.