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I have a shoutcast server running.When the user click on the link.It open in winamp player.Is there any code that can make the radio run behind a html page...


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Hari
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No, HTML is a rendering language, you would need to hand it off to a Java Applet, ActiveX control or some other client component.
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There are a few java apps that can play stuff through from a web page... for example:

  http://www.javazoom.net/applets/jlguiapplet/jlguiapplet.html

Hope that helps,

Haydn.
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