EMBEDDING YOUR FILE (PART 3 OF 3)

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EMBEDDING YOUR FILE (PART 3 OF 3)

Post by BC Williams on Sun 08 Jun 2008, 2:56 pm

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. . . continued from Part 2 Of 3 (HOSTING YOUR SPOKEN WORD FILES)

Remember in Part 2, I showed you *how* to save your page URL made at Google . . .
Recap:


NOW, I'll show you the final steps using your saved URL PLUS a simple code for embedding your SPOKEN WORD FILE into your Poem.

Step 1: Open a document on your desktop - or the document you have your poem saved in.
Step 2: At the top of the document, paste in YOUR page URL
Step 3: Copy the code below, pasting it also into your document:

Code:
<embed pluginspage="http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/MediaPlayer/" src="PASTE YOUR URL HERE" width="0" height="0" type="application/x-mplayer2" autostart="1" showstatusbar="0" volume="1"></embed>

Step 4: Now insert your page URL into the code where it says -
PASTE YOUR URL HERE
MAKE sure to get your URL inbetween " ..................."

Step 5: When you have your URL pasted into the code of your document, SAVE - COPY - and open up edit for the poem this file goes with.
Scroll to the bottom of the EDIT box and *paste* the code in. It will look like this:



This is what my edit-box for The Legacy looks like. You can see the URL is highlighted:



That's it! Click Preview to make sure the sound can be heard, assuring yourself you've done your steps correctly. Then hit Send . . . .

*This is an embedded code, meaning you will NOT SEE a player.
*The code is configured to play the file through only once - to hear it again, one will need to reload the page.
* GOOD LUCK!


this article June 7, 2008 by Beverly Knies

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