Jgrummel, I tried pasting in your code with the name of an audio file, but it did not work even when I published. My guess is that the file needs to ALREADY be on the server, but then I thought if that was the case, does the embed code have to have a folder reference? I am not a coder, so I am trying to figure out at random. Can you provide any step-by-step process for getting audio files to play in the background WITHOUT the player being seen or being loaded in another page? Is the only option to use a thrid party server, like youtube, BUT with that issue is that I get suck with player controls that I do not wnat and it does not loop.
Well it works, but!
Is it possible to add background music to a web site, in muse?
Site wide, with a start/stop button
I tried the suggested code on a master page, it plays all right, but the music starts again every time you change page.
(<embed src="my.mp3" autostart="true" loop="false" hidden="true"></embed>)
Can you suggest an alternative option?
As I understand it is not possible.
Depending on the complexity of your project, you may perhaps resolve this problem quite easy using Edge.
Hi... the audio is also very important to me. I embedded the code in the editor as you said. It worked.
However, I am unfamiliar with how to get the audio player controls onto the screen so the user has control of starting, stopping, replay, volume, etc.
Is there a way to embedding the audio along with a player?
PS... this support site is fantastic for me.
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