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suden
Hi, I'm far to be a pro in webpage design. I bought Web Easy Pro 10 just to have fun trying to design a webpage. I'm trying to make a web page with Christmas music. I'd like the visitors to click on a link and play the music on SAME page. I've linked all the songs as an audio file in Web Easy but when you click on a song, it opens in another window. You can check the page and you'll know what I mean. Can somebody help me with that or may be find another solution. Hope I'll hear from you soon and I thank you very much... Here's the page

http://www.densoldies.com/album1_061.htm
Frederiek
Then, embed the songs instead of linking to them. See http://www.pageresource.com/html/embed.htm or google for it yourself.
suden
QUOTE(Frederiek @ Nov 23 2013, 06:14 AM) *

Then, embed the songs instead of linking to them. See http://www.pageresource.com/html/embed.htm or google for it yourself.



Thyank you frederiek. When I right click on a link, I choose "embedded object" but what do I write in "embedded source? (see picture)

http://www.densoldies.com/album1_062.htm
pandy
No idea. Open the html file in a text editor if the one you bought doesn't provide a "text mode" and type the stuff by hand.
suden
QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 23 2013, 08:07 AM) *

No idea. Open the html file in a text editor if the one you bought doesn't provide a "text mode" and type the stuff by hand.


I don't know how to do that...If you guys would have Web Easy Pro, you would tell the way to do it but I have no clue where to go in that software
suden
QUOTE(suden @ Nov 23 2013, 08:39 AM) *

QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 23 2013, 08:07 AM) *

No idea. Open the html file in a text editor if the one you bought doesn't provide a "text mode" and type the stuff by hand.


I don't know how to do that...If you guys would have Web Easy Pro, you would tell the way to do it but I have no clue where to go in that software


I have pages with embedded player...
http://www.densoldies.com/album1_014.htm

but the pages open with a link. In that particular page...
http://www.densoldies.com/album1_061.htm

I have 14 different songs. How can I click on each and everyone of them so they can play in the same page? Is there a way?
pandy
QUOTE
I don't know how to do that...If you guys would have Web Easy Pro, you would tell the way to do it but I have no clue where to go in that software

You mean we should install a program and learn how to use it just to be able to teach you? I don't see that happening anytime soon. tongue.gif

Doesn't the program come with a help file? A support forum maybe?
pandy
QUOTE(suden @ Nov 23 2013, 02:42 PM) *

I have pages with embedded player...
http://www.densoldies.com/album1_014.htm


I don't hear anything at that page and I don't see a player. Tried several browsers.
suden
QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 23 2013, 10:30 AM) *

QUOTE(suden @ Nov 23 2013, 02:42 PM) *

I have pages with embedded player...
http://www.densoldies.com/album1_014.htm


I don't hear anything at that page and I don't see a player. Tried several browsers.



I didn't say I want you to install Web Easy, I said I was hoping that somebody would have that program installed...About the page you talk about (above), I'm using Firefox and I see the player at the bottom of the page. It's a MIDI file
pandy
Odd. I used FF too. mellow.gif

OK, sorry if I misunderstood, but I'm afraid no regulars here use that kind of programs, so it's hard for us to help you with its features.
pandy
Wait, it was the black background that made the below text invisible.

"Windows Media Player 9 (or above) is required to play this clip. It can be downloaded from the Microsoft website."

I checked. I have version 10.
suden
QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 23 2013, 05:53 PM) *

Wait, it was the black background that made the below text invisible.

"Windows Media Player 9 (or above) is required to play this clip. It can be downloaded from the Microsoft website."

I checked. I have version 10.


Thank you everybody, I kind of giving up now
jimlongo
Giving up is always the easiest approach to solving a problem.
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