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[Resolved] [Plugin: mb.miniAudioPlayer – an HTML5 audio player for your mp3 files] Settings Error

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  • Plugin Author pupunzi

    @pupunzi

    Yes, there’s a path error in the code.
    I’ll fix it as soon as I can, anyway you can access the settings panel from the settings list in the WordPress left menu. And if you upload an mp3 file it will be rendered with the default settings yet available. You can try it anyway.

    If you need it right now you can edit the miniAudioPlayer.php file in the plugin folder and change line 54 from:

    $settings_link = '<a href="' . get_bloginfo('wpurl') . '/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wp-miniAudioPlayer/miniAudioPlayer-admin.php">Settings</a>';

    to:

    $settings_link = '<a href="' . get_bloginfo('wpurl') . '/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wp-miniaudioplayer/miniAudioPlayer-admin.php">Settings</a>';

    Thanks for the advise,
    Matteo

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    @pupunzi

    With the 0.1.1 the settings bug has been solved.

    Hey thanks for the quick update/fix! I’ve installed the updated version, will give it a test run later today and post up afterwards.

    Something very strange happening now… the plugin is not listed anywhere in the ‘Plugins section of the Dashboard. I did a search and then tried to ‘Add New but it says the plugin is already installed. So it is installed but nowhere to be found.

    EDIT: I just checked and it IS listed in my cPanel plugins folder. I deleted the audio player folder, re-installed in the WP Dashboard and now it shows up in the Plugins area. However, I tried uploading/inserting an mp3 into a product post, but nothing shows up on my site. I also tried inserting the full link path directly into the post, didnt work. After attempting both methods, it actually caused two more problems for me, now the product image has been removed and my other product pages lost the previous audio player (just a blank area on the page). After deactivating mb.miniAudioPlayer plugin my old audio player (Haiku) is working again, but the default product image is still missing.

    The examples of your plugin look great, exactly the functions and look I want, but unfortunately, its causing too many problems for my site. Unless I’m missing something or doing it wrong and you have some suggestions on how to fix these issues, I’m affraid I’ll just have to delete it and continue using what already works.

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    @pupunzi

    There’s maybe a conflict with the Haiku plugin, I’ll check to verify it. Anyway, can you tell me if you have errors in the javascript console once the page is loaded?

    Thnx,
    Matteo

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    @pupunzi

    I just installed the Haiku plugin together with the mb.miniaudioplayer.
    They both uses the jPlayer but the Haiku uses the 1.2.0 and mine the 2.1.0 of the same plugin. That is causing the conflict genereting javascript error.
    You have to remove the Haiku plug in if you want to use mine.

    Bye,
    Matteo

    Yeah, that seems like the logical answer. I like your plugs features more than Haiku so will give it another go and report back. Thanks again!

    Hi there, me again…

    I’ve made a new site that I’m trying to use the plugin with and have a couple of questions for you..

    1. Is it possible to style the player in a true #000000 black color? The black player now is more grey than black which doesnt match the black background of the site. Also the title and progress area – can this white background be changed to black with the text/prog bar in white or another color?

    2. The player works fine in Chrome, but for some reason the isnt working at all with Firefox. Its shows on the website, just that nothing happens when you click on the functions.

    Other than those issues its a great plugin!

    Thanks for your help!

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    @pupunzi

    Hi,
    The apparence of the player is defined in the style.css inside the plugin folder.
    You can find comments to identify each color.

    If you have to chang a common class please overwrite it changing only the needed attribute and prefixing the changed class with the color name.

    For the second issue: this is a flash problem. As you are loading an .mp3 file, Not supported on Firefox, a hidden flash player is used as fallback. For somehow the flash player on your browser is not loading.

    Bye,
    Matteo

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