I did not know where to post this question, and decided to post it here. If there is a more appropriate place for this question, please tell me, and I will post it there.
I have a small business site located at http://docdon.netfirms.com/
dealing with our DJ service. (Notice, it is on a free web hosting provider). As a possible service, and to promote more usage of the site, I have included two pages of the Top Ten songs listed on two Billboard charts and have included an album picture and a brief statement about the songs recent movements on the charts. These can be seen at, http://docdon.netfirms.com/index_f.html
, and http://docdon.netfirms.com/index_g.html
. What I would like to do, is provide a link to a music file, probably a WAV file, of a short sample of the song listed. In other words, when someone clicks on the song title, they here a short sample of the song. Alas, being relatively new to site development, and lack of money to purchase “Frontpage” or “Dreamweaver“, or other such programs, I am using a couple of the free web editors, such as “Webfoot“, and “Coffee Cup”. Both of these editors provide for embedded sounds, but this is not what I want. I would like the visitor to be able to “click and listen” at their choice, rather then the music be embedded. Can anyone help me with this request?
Also, any constructive advice about, or for the site would be appreciated. Thanks.