View Full Version : Need help on decisive playing of mid

04-02-2003, 05:21 PM

* I am having trouble with the music to play in this web page http://light_wt.tripod.com. There are four different mid needed to be playing based on the button clicked on index.htm. The button "Friends and Families" will bring user to a new page with its tune. The button "Grand Tour" will bring user to a new page with another tune, and so on. index.htm itself has its own mid, which makes total of five mids.

In the http://light_wt.tripod.com/index.htm, I have <Bgsound src="sound/bnb1.mid" loop="-1">. When I click Friend and Families, it launch a frame to http://light_wt.tripod.com/ff/ff.frame.htm where the top row has the http://light_wt.tripod.com/ff/ff.music.htm, the bottom has the picture (well removed to conserve space). In the bottom row, if a person click on the right arrow, it will move to the next page and music plays uninterrupted.

When the top arrow button is click, it brings user back to the index.html. However, it will be launched within the frame http://light_wt.tripod.com/ff/ff.frame.htm. Therefore it still plays the tune from http://light_wt.tripod.com/ff/ff.music.htm rather than the embedded mid in http://light_wt.tripod.com/index.htm.

I am thinking I am digging a hole for myself by using frame. Is there a way to make the browser to continuously playing the music based on the button clicked in index.htm or based on the html files users is browsing? I don't have <Bgsound src="../sound/BeOurGuest.mid" loop="-1"> in the individual htm files. It is because the left or right arrows links will cause choppy mid rather than continuously within all the files in http://light_wt.tripod.com/ff

At last, if there is a way to disable the advertisement from tripod will be great.

Thanks for your help.
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04-02-2003, 05:42 PM
Originally posted by light_wt
At last, if there is a way to disable the advertisement from tripod will be great.
That would violate the Terms of Service you agreed to when you signed up for the account; no-one here is going to tell you how to do that.

04-02-2003, 05:44 PM
Why don't you sign up to brinkster or f2o.org or someplace that doesn't have any advertising instead? That way you're rid of them.

04-02-2003, 06:22 PM
Thanks for the f2o.org. Still trying to fix the mid tone problem.... :(