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  • Resolved Jacob Schweitzer


    I’ve tried just about every mp3 player for WordPress that supports multiple files. I thought this one might work but I just can’t get it to work..

    I have it in the format you supplied:

    [jammer tracks=”title=Track1|mp3=″]

    but it doesn’t work. How do I use the css and skin attributes on the shortcut? It wasn’t clear in your description..

    Thanks for your help.

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  • Also tried like this for more than 1 file:

    [jammer tracks=”title=Track1|mp3=,title=Track2|mp3=″]

    Plugin Author jrop


    Sounds like the plugin is not activated?

    Did you go to Admin->Plugins->Installed Plugins and then click “Activate” underneath Jammer?

    The first format that you tried should work; I haven’t tried the second myself.

    Ok I got it working with multiple files, I think there was some old version of jquery coming from my theme. I’ve since changed themes and everything is fine now.

    Is there any way to change the theme or css via the shortcode?

    Plugin Author jrop



    To change the theme that jPlayer (the framework jammer is built on) uses, you must upload jPlayer themes to this directory:
    – (plugin-dir)/jammer/files/skins

    “Plugin-dir” is the directory wordpress stores plugins. For my installation the directory is wp-content/plugins. Say you have two skins, in two folders:

    – theme1
    – theme2

    In the shortcode, you can specify which theme you want like: [jammer … skin=”theme1″] if you wanted to use theme1. I recommend not using spaces in the directory names, as behavior in that scenario is not tested.

    To change css, use jammer like this: [jammer style=”float: right; (more css here)”]

    Let me know how that works!

    Cool, inline styles 🙂 Thanks 🙂

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