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Keeping in mind that I design very basic webpages using Dreamweaver, can anyone advise on including music. A client has asked me if I could do it. Of course, firstly copyright comes to mind but is there an easy way to insert music. I tried with a midi file in Dreamweaver but it gave me a message that it was in the wrong format or somesuch.

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Thanks for that! I have read quite alot about the fact that many people do find music irritating...I think I will discourage my client.

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Usually whenever I ask, people say the only time it's acceptable is on a band site type of thing, where you have an option to turn it off/on. I've never actually worked out how to do that one tho...

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How abt real or windows media streaming? Unlike wav or mp3 format, it does not load too long.

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thats simple dude ! its just a piece of code.....
but be sure u put ur file (audio format) very small, less than 20 - 50 kb.
coz it may take time to load when u put some big huge files such as mp3's.

ok here you go with the code ::

The Source Code is :

<bgsound="filename.midi" loop="2">

the filename.midi can be anything, but a valid file format, and loop is nuthing but how many times you want the the audio files to be played !

hope this might help you mate ! any thing else buzz me @ yahoo : go4inet

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Oh ,Thanks for that information .
I was searched that information a lot of time and i just a wonder is there any info and i was searched the web , daniweb is like a database :D .


Oh ,i just sow the fire near a tread i hope that i did not cause any problem .

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thats simple dude ! its just a piece of code.....
but be sure u put ur file (audio format) very small, less than 20 - 50 kb.
coz it may take time to load when u put some big huge files such as mp3's.

ok here you go with the code ::

hope this might help you mate ! any thing else buzz me @ yahoo : go4inet

I have tried that code but it works on IE. How to make it work on firefox? and also on wordpress?

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It works me me and my clients, they love it. I'm not sure what the problem is. You can turn it on and off anytime the page is loaded. It may not be for everyone, but it does work for many. I also use it to let clients hear what Royalty-free music they can use for a web page I might be designing for them on their site. see: <URL SNIPPED>
Chuck

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The trouble is that people looking for a product in a work environment do NOT want music blaring up in the middle of their cube farm. This causes prariedogging, as neighboring workers pop up to see what caused the disturbance.

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