Support » Plugin: HTML5 jQuery Audio Player » Disable download?

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  • Plugin Author Maeve Lander


    No there isn’t. What I do personally is just have a shortened clip of each track. This also has the benefit of smaller file size and hence shorter load time.

    Thank you Maeve,

    I installed the plugin (not Pro) and started entering the info to add songs. Clicking ADD SONG, I get an error message:

    403 Permission Denied
    You do not have permission for this request /wp-admin/admin.php?page=hmp_palylist

    Seems like there is a typo in the plugin somewhere in the file “html5-jquery-audio-player/index.php”

    hmp_palylist should be hmp_playlist I imagine…

    function my_plugin_menu() {
    	add_menu_page( 'HTML5 MP3 Player', 'HTML5 Player', 'manage_options', 'hmp-options', 'wp_hmp_options',plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ )."/music-beam.png" );
    	add_submenu_page('hmp-options','Display Settings','Display Settings','manage_options','display_settings','wp_hmp_options');
    	add_submenu_page( 'hmp-options', 'Manage Songs', 'Manage Songs', 'manage_options', 'hmp_palylist', 'wp_hmp_playlist' )

    And also found here:

      $palyer_div	=	'<div id="myplayer"></div>';
    return $palyer_div;

    Hope this helps,


    Even after correcting the files, I still get the same 403 Permission error….

    Can you help? Thanks in advance…



    Hi Maeve,

    I see this topic has been marked as Resolved, but sadly it’s not. Could you take a look and let me know why I can’t get beyond that Permission Error 403?



    Plugin Author Maeve Lander


    Sorry Andre, must have marked it resolved because original topic as per title of this thread is resolved.

    It’s probably best in the future if you can open a new thread for a new issue so this doesn’t happen. Thanks

    Now onto your new issue about 403 error…

    1. Do you have both Free and Pro version installed? If so, please ensure only 1 is installed at a time…

    2. What user role are you using? Admin? Editor?

    3. On your page with the shortcode can you make sure the shortcode is pasted in properly? Because at the moment it’s within tags (probably nothing to do with this problem but just noticed it whilst checking)

    4. Check your htaccess file for permissions issues. Also, related to this do you have a security plugin installed? (eg bulletproof security) because often such plugins create or edit your htaccess causing permissions issues. Usually the solution is easy – just re-run the htaccess generator within the plugin.

    5. If none of the above points work it’s time to deactivate all other plugins and switch to the default twentytwelve theme to start troubleshooting.

    Let me know how you go

    PS Thanks for pointing out the spelling errors. I don’t think this is related to your error. But really helpful to have it picked up and reported so I can correct in next release. Thanks a lot. 🙂

    Thank you Maeve,

    I switched to another player for now. I’ll try your plugin at another time on a different hosting maybe…



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