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Inserting Custom Buttons on a Media Player

Posted on 2003-10-24
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Hi,

I created a page with windows media player embedded in it. Now I want to create my own buttons to PLAY, STOP, PAUSE, VOLUME, FULL SCREEN. Can someone tell me the code for it. You can take a look at the page I created from here. http://webdev.maxwell.syr.edu/skalra/custom_skin/test1.htm  Currently, it has media players default buttons, I want to remove them and insert my own at the bottom of the player. I hope I am clear here.

Please help.

Thanks,

Shamit.
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Hey  seanpowell,

This is not what I am looking for. I dont want to make a skin but I want a player with buttons on them. you can see an expample at http://launch.yahoo.com and click any of the videos to watch them.. there they have their own buttons.

Thanks anyway,

Shamit.
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