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    Help!

    Is it possible to put "Gone" from Toby Mac into html code. I just need to put the 30 second sample on his website into the background music on my site. Here is the link to where you can find the "Gone" sample: http://tobymac.com/recordings.aspx Please help. Thank You.

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    You need something like a .wav or .mid file to use as your background music...You'd use this kind of code:

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    <embed src="musicfile.wav" autostart="true" loop="false">
    you won't be able to use the real audio or windows media files on that site unless you noticeably imbed the player somewhere on your page (I think -- I don;t think you can hide either player in the background)....
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    If you want it hidden use this code.

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    <embed src="" loop="false" hidden="true" autostart="true">
    Last edited by Ranger56; 03-20-2005 at 09:42 PM.

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    right but as chump said you may need to declare the data type, which would be windows media player, and I dont think you can use hidden="true" in FF, you may be able to put it inside a div and have the div set to display:none; or visibility:hidden;


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