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Old 07 Sep 2018, 12:39
gnrx gnrx is offline
 
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Its possible audio player and not stop-start again when change page?

Hello.
I add (in a block in sidebar) a audio player for play a mp3 from my ftp.
Works fine but when change the page, audio player stop and start again at point 0.
I view some sites (sorry, now I don't view for put here for example) some sites with audio player at top of site, and if you navigate in the site, the audio player not stop and start.
Its possible this in vb?

Thanks in advanced.

PD: Sorry if this question is not for this category

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Old 11 Sep 2018, 19:14
gnrx gnrx is offline
 
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I continue search about this, but I don't view any.
I try to insert the code for audio player, in sidebar, in template header and headerinclude, but en all I have the same problem, when chage the page, start at 0 the mp3 in the audio player.

Its possible made some change for continue the mp at the same point when changes the page?

Thanks in advanced
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Old 11 Sep 2018, 22:59
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Max Taxable Max Taxable is offline
 
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When a browser reloads it calls back to the server for a fresh page. You would have to have that mp3 player running independently of the browser to get what you're looking for. Like, if the mp3 player opens in a pop-up browser window for example.

Alternatively, users can keep two tabs open to your site using one for browsing around and the other to keep the music playing.
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Old 11 Sep 2018, 23:23
gnrx gnrx is offline
 
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Thanks Max,
At the first time, I prefer without pop-up, a lot of browsers have anti pop-ups, for this reasson I search for integrate in index page or sidebar or similar.

Thanks a lot for your reply and help!
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Old 12 Sep 2018, 02:41
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If you don't want to do it with popups, you can do this easily with iframes.
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