It works and I can hear sound, but if I go to a different page, it stop (pause and return to start, I can still see it through and press play since its in my master page) How do I make it play while I'm browsing through pages? Note : The player contains a pause function and doesn't auto play so users wont be annoyed.
I'm setting up a website for a friend who wants to showcase their music. At the moment i have about 12 songs all loading at the same time using the <embed> tag. This displays a WMP object on the page for each song and obviously takes forever to load due to the total size of the songs.
I'd like to be able to simply have a link (title of the song) and an image on the side of each song (play button) that can be used to start and stop each song as required.
I am needing to have a music player (something like a strip down at the bottom of the page that goes all the way across), that remains at the bottom even when the user navigates to another page within the same site.The purpose of this is to play music on the website no matter where the user goes on the website.
i have the following bit of code... is there a way to embed a media player into a webpage (such as windows media player) and play a file on it without actually having to have windows media player installed?
so to clarify, can i play a windows media player in a webpage without having it installed? because at the moment the follwing bit of code only plays my files asfter i installed windows media player on my PC.
I would like to allow users to call my ruby on rails app as a service which returns a 'div' with html content in it, and embed that div into their app (which will not be a rails application).
For example, assume someone has their own php website that has a header/footer template that gets rendered, and a content area of the page that they need to fill based on some html I generate in my rails app. I would like to allow them, from php, to call to my website, get the 'div' I generate, and embed that as html in their php page.
What I'm trying to do is host a service on my site that returns some html content, but actually show that content as part of another site, so that the end user only sees the other site and never really knows about mine.
I have an Excel worksheet. That I somehow have managed to embed onto the webpage. My question is: Is it possible for me to get the background colors, the font used and text color used in the worksheet to show up on the webpage? T
I have two mp4 video files on webserver, i wanted to play them in flash player(flv player) on my asp.net page, but i couldn't be able to play them, i also tried to play them in quick time player the same prob occured. but i waz giving the accurate path, there were no spaces in mp4 file names etc.
Does it need to have mp4 player(or codec etc) installed on webserver?
I have also some wmv files on that server , and i am playing perfectly using silver light player, and media player object on my website.
I want to create a website that streams live music, something like a radio, users go on to the website listen to the music, then can see what song is playing, and they can chat amoung them.Also that the person streaming the songs can as well have a speech in between the songs.i have been researching but couldnt find much information, most of the stuff i found out its very advanced, and i dont want to be copying someones code just for the sake of doing something.