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    Question music

    I've seen on other websites where you click on the music link and the music plays. How do I get the source code(URL) from my music on my hard-drive so I can put it in the code?

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    Go to Hotscripts.com and get a music script.
    Zoobie or not Zoobie...That is the problem.
    <body onUnload="flush( ! )">

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    What type of code am I looking for? I just want to be able to put up sound that's saved on my hard-drive.

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    if you want to embed the users default player in the page, you can use this.

    <embed src="file.mid"></embed>
    just upload your music file and tada
    read a tutorial on it here:

    http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com/tutors/embed.html



    hope this helps

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    Yeah but the problem is <embed src="I don't know how to get what goes in here"></embed> from the music

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    You have to upload the music to your web server, then if your music is in the music directory (folder), simply add

    <embed src="/music/filenamehere.mid"></embed>


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