Transform your mp3 audio files into a nice, small light HTML5 player.
You have to check the "Activate the player customizer in the post editor" to make it available in the post editor.
Be sure that once you inserted the file you set the "Attachment Display Settings -> Link" to "media file" in the media file window.
This is probably due to insufficient user permissions on your server that cause an error loading the TinyMCE mb.miniAudioPlayer component. You should try download the component locally on your computer, unzip it and upload the folder via FTP in the remote plugins folder.
Probably there's a conflict with some other installed plugin or even with the theme you are using. Try first deactivating all the other plugins; if it works then reactivate them one by one to find out which is getting in conflict; if it doesn't work then there's a conflict with your theme.
The appearance of the player is all defined in the "miniplayer.css" file located in the "css" folder of the plugin root. You maybe have some CSS classes that are overwriting the plugin ones. You can inspect the player using the developer tools within the browser to find out which class is overwritten and fix the problem changing the theme css.
On both those browsers the player falls back to the Flash® solution instead of the standard HTML5; That because FF doesn't accept mp3 files natively and IE is a mess :-). So if the player doesn't work on them probably is your Flash plugin that is not update or is not working correctly.
Due to some codecs missing in the default Ubuntu Chromium install the player will not work. This problem can be resolved by simply by installing that codecs via console: sudo apt-get-install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra. After that your player should work fine.
The download button is intentionally removed on touch devices as it is impossible to download the file on that devices.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.4
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
1 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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