I am looking for help how to embed a flash audio player into my website that I am currently building with Pro. I am not experienced with scripting, and the posts that I read seem to always be a few steps ahead of my knowledge.
The issue is that the audio player in Freeway does not work on Firefox running on a Mac. I get an error message that you need to install Quicktime (which the Mac has!) to make the audio file running.
As a musician I need to be confident that every visitor can listen to my sound samples. Flash is the only alternative to me as 90% of computers run with Flash.
Freeway Pro has this excellent Flash movie integration. Strangely enough they do not offer the same for audio MP3s. So I need to do this manually now and I find it really difficult.
I have found a nice player ‘Dewplayer’. I don’t need anything fancy such as playlists. I only need a player with on/off/volume for one track.
I copied the SWF file and the MP3 file into my media folder where all images and files are stored for the website (please note that I have not yet uploaded my website to the folder).
Then they say I should:
Copy-paste and configure the HTML code with the right MP3 filepath.
(I was replacing the test.mp3 file with mine)
First of all - where do I copy this?
What else do I need to do? Shall I drag & drop the SWF file into my website that I build in Freeway?
I really got lost here. Some people here in Freeway Talk say I should add some codes into the page header. I don’t know where the header is. I think it is at PAGE>HTML Mark up.
Dear people on Freeway Talk, when you respond, please assume that I don’t know anything about codes and HTML. That’s the reason why I bought Freeway in the first place!
Dear people from Softpress, if you read this, please consider adding a flash audio integration similar to the one you do for movies.
Thank you ever so much for helping me.
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