posted by _z. @ 10:35 AM
I have a page on googlepages and I upload my music there and then I copy the link location into a html code of the odeo player. I don't think googlepages are open to subscriptions anymore because they are migrating into a new service. I don't know when but it should be available soon I guess.
i do the same with other sites.. it used to be easier - there was blog music and odeon and stuff like that.. but its better this way.. songs that play automatically canbe annoying..i think musicians also want the play count to appear on their sites.. it makes them lok more popular which is important if you want to gt signed.. so ur doing them a favour..
Try this link: http://tips-for-new-bloggers.blogspot.com/2007/02/add-music-to-blogspot-blog.html
Mmmmmm am interested to know what is it that u r tryin to upload... Not a fairuz song I hope :p
i so want to help but i'm an absolute lemon when it comes to things like these. good luck tho!
Thank you all for your input... I'll keep searching I guess...
hey z,here's the code i use:- If you go through the code you will see that there are two links (each is repeated twice). Do the following:-One link is for the .swf file. Do the following:-1- download the file from the following address: http://sites.google.com/site/lemondedejimbo/dewplayer.swf2- save on your drive3- then upload to your own host server such as google sites4- copy the link of the uploaded .swf file and keep paste it in the code (twice)This task should be done once only.Now you can upload songs to your preferred host server (such as google sites) and each time you want to use the code, paste the song's link in the code (twice).Your code is now ready to be included within your post (obviously, when editing your post, you should click on "Edit html" prior to pasting the code).
sorry z, blogger.com did not allow me to paste the code in the previous comment section. i'll send it in a seperate email.
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