Hello, I am in the process of converting several older Flash websites to work without Flash. Adobe Edge has been great for the animated parts, but what I am finding is there are certain things that are difficult to emulate.
The first is how Flash keeps everything in a container so to speak. You can have a main page that loads in other pages while at the same time music is playing (with a controller) regardless of what page you are on.
How would you do this in HTML/CSS? Do most people use frames and have the music player in a separate frame? Or is there a way to load other pages/code into part of an existing page? Any references to examples would be extremely helpful. Thanks! -Derryl
Continuous Music on Web Sites.
Live Example: http://alt-web.com/DEMOS/SmoothScroll.shtml
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Nancy, thanks for the links. I tried the demo link above but it wouldn't play in Safari. The button would change to play but no music. Clicking again wouldn't set it back to the off position.
In Firefox it worked correctly. I went through your different ways of having music continuously, I guess none of those apply since the site is so large. It's amazing that in close to 20 years of browsers they are just starting to deal with audio... Thanks -Derryl