I’m having some strange things happen when I try to use the default iframe links to post recordings/podcasts hosted on Audio Acrobat on my blog at http://evolvingtimes.com.
It seemed to work fine until I did two things:
First I upgraded to the latest version 2.0.4 (Great job, by the way).
Second I switched from the default theme to Regulus 2.1.3 – which I love.
Now, when I place the iframe links to Audio Acrobat, I lose my entire sidebar, all the blog entries below the audio entry dissapear, and, if I have any Amazon.com affiliate links in the sidebar, they get embedded in the entry with the Audio Acrobat link.
It’s bizarre and frustrating.
This is the code I get from Audio Acrobat:
<!-- AudioAcrobat.com Player code BEGIN -->
<div class="aaplayer"><iframe src="http://www.audioacrobat.com/playweb?audioid=Pc0f7b55efe5476abe27d06038b13911fZ199RFREYmBx&buffer=5&shape=2&fc=FFCC00&pc=AAAAFF&kc=888800&bc=FFFFFF&brand=1&player=bp14" height="32" width="84" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe><br/><a rel="enclosure" href="http://www.audioacrobat.com/export/Pc0f7b55efe5476abe27d06038b13911fZ199RFREYmBx.mp3"><img src="http://www.audioacrobat.com/images/buttons/downloadmp3.gif" width="72" height="16" border="0" alt="MP3 File"/></a></div>
<!-- AudioAcrobat.com Player code END -->
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