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Posted on 2006-11-02
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Hi, I am using a flash plugin to play my music (mp3) on my page - it all works fine until i start browsing the site - every time I start browsing the music stopps. (no frame website)

Ho do I implement a music player into my web (asp) so that I can start and stop it anytime without it stopping on changing pages within the same site.

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Question by:LotharGores
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This solution propably answers your question :)

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Q_22043406.html 

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If it is a single MP3 file, I'd create another flash file, though smaller, and fit it above the file you currently have.
but becuase it's smaller in size, increase the "loading" time so both open together.

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