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What is the reason for the sound playing in my code?

First of all, you are going to want to have each of the source files wrapped in their own <video> tag. I would give that second <video> tag an id of something like "my-video-audio". Then, set up a bit of css so that you hide that second <video> tag. Then add a <script> tag at the bottom of that second <video> tag. Inside of that <script> tag, you are going to write a bit of javascript to 1) get both <video> tags, individually, and 2) set up an event listener for the first video, so that every time the first video gets clicked, the second one also gets clicked
 
First of all, you are going to want to have each of the source files wrapped in their own <video> tag. I would give that second <video> tag an id of something like "my-video-audio". Then, set up a bit of css so that you hide that second <video> tag. Then add a <script> tag at the bottom of that second <video> tag. Inside of that <script> tag, you are going to write a bit of javascript to 1) get both <video> tags, individually, and 2) set up an event listener for the first video, so that every time the first video gets clicked, the second one also gets clicked
Give that a try, and then I will post my solution so that you can compare :)
 
First of all, you are going to want to have each of the source files wrapped in their own <video> tag. I would give that second <video> tag an id of something like "my-video-audio". Then, set up a bit of css so that you hide that second <video> tag. Then add a <script> tag at the bottom of that second <video> tag. Inside of that <script> tag, you are going to write a bit of javascript to 1) get both <video> tags, individually, and 2) set up an event listener for the first video, so that every time the first video gets clicked, the second one also gets clicked
I don't have enough HTML knowledge to do this.
 

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