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Hello Everyone:

I'm looking for away that I can have an audio (music) play continues though out all the web pages, but when it comes to a certain page it stops play. Once the user click out of that page the audio starts playing again.

Is there away of doing this if so can you direct me to where I can find this info or can you please give me the code.

Aug 12 '09 #1
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could you explain a bit more how the site is basicly constructed? are there frames?

kind regards
Aug 13 '09 #2

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P: 664
To Gits:

I first created the entire project in Flash but it took far to long to download.
So I broke each scene into separate pages (6 pages one of the pages has a movie clip then there is one scene that has 6 scene within itself called Theater )

I then went in DreamWeaver and decided to make template with a menu bar which also holds the audio (.wav) I used Plugin to create the audio
So the audio only plays on the home page and I want the audio to play throughout the website unless the user clicks on the Theater button and it stops so the user can view the videos.

I create a menu bar in Flash and it works fine. But if I place the menu.swf in Dreamweaver and I view the pages on a browser it does not work right the two .swf files loads at different times. The hard part is after the user views the theater section and click to another page I want the audio to reload and play

I tried using a 2 frame site, but I can not get the menu to work, the files only load to the bottom frame.

I hope that made sense.
You can view my project if you wish just let me know and I will send it privately to you.

Aug 13 '09 #3

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hmmm ... i don't know whether i understand it correct ... but in case you reload the page the audio is reloaded too. so on every page load the lifecycle starts again ... when using a frame then only the other frames could be reloaded ... and you could use javascript to stop/start the audio when needed ... you could use a two framed page and might set one frame to hidden where the audio-object plays and the other action takes place in the visible frame ... from where you might control the other one ...
Aug 14 '09 #4

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