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  • Resolved langelliott

    (@langelliott)



    On your demo site, I left a comment that included a URL to a SoundCloud file. But upon posting, only the URL appeared … the SoundCloud player did not show up (as it did in one of your example posts lower on the page).

    SO … is there some trick involved in posting a SoundCloud file in a comment, so that the player will appear?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpdiscuz/

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  • Plugin Author gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    Hi langelliott,
    The default set of wpDiscuz doesn’t have such a function. You can see default wpDiscuz demo here: http://wpdiscuz.com/wpdiscuz-3-0-0/

    It seems you’ve visited wpDiscuz Addons demonstration page. wpDiscuz Media Uploader Addon allows to embed SoundCloud URLs.

    Yes, that’s correct … I was on the wpDiscuz Media Uploader Add-on demo page. There I was able to post both a Youtube and Vimeo video just by typing-in the URLs. But when I did that with SoundCloud, all that was posted was the URL link.

    So I’m wondering what the trick is to get the SoundCloud player to appear?

    I plan to purchase the Add-on, but want to make sure it works with SoundCloud.

    Plugin Author gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    There is no any trick. That’s URL specific issue, try others.

    Well, then it looks like it doesn’t work. I just tried again here by inserting another SoundCloud url:

    wpDiscuz Media Uploader

    well, I tried somebody else’s SoundCloud url and it did work. So now I wonder why my SoundCloud files aren’t working?

    Plugin Author gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    That’s not wpDiscuz Addon issue. wpDiscuz use built-in WordPress embedding system. It seems some SoundCloud urls are protected. I don’t think this is a bug.

    OK, thanks. I’ll get back to you if I’m able to figure out why certain SoundCloud URLs don’t work.

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