WIP

Posted by aeron on Aug. 2, 2011, 10:31 p.m.

Also testing a new tag: html5 audio :P

[h5audio] (your url here) [/h5audio]

Browser support is sketchy, so use responsibly:

Maybe someday they'll decide on a format that everyone is happy with, but probably not.

In other news, I plan on writing a series of PHP articles. Mostly targeted at people who understand the basics of PHP but maybe aren't sure where to go from there (although I'm sure there will be something interesting for everyone :P). Stay tuned!

Peace lads,

Aeron

Comments

link2x101 12 years, 10 months ago

If that's HTML5 up there, then it's working here. Chrome 13.0.782.107 beta-m XD

(Also, I find it funny that IE doesn't support .wav. When I think .wav, I always think windows.)

Nice song, too. :O

JuurianChi 12 years, 10 months ago

Awesome.

*now to abuse the new Tag like I always do

Kenon 12 years, 10 months ago

I could have sworn everyone was happy with MP3.

aeron 12 years, 10 months ago

Honestly, I have no clue which format will end up being standardized, if one ever is. Firefox is never going to use MP3 because of patents which make it non-free. M$ said they'd only support MP3.

Oh, and thanks for the feedback guys :) I like the idea of this being on the SNES haha.

DesertFox 12 years, 10 months ago

Srsly, how can microsoft *not* support wav? They use wav files in the windows os for everything…

@Cyrus that beat is so sick it needs a trip to the emergency room :O

Quietus 12 years, 10 months ago

i don't see the play button or the sound button.. it's all white on Chrome. i can see them if i highlight them with my mouse =/

song is amazing btw, wish it were longer.

F1ak3r 12 years, 10 months ago

Yay, my browser of choice supports everything!

Also, PHP articles? I've always been meaning to learn a bit of that sort of thing, so yeah, I'd read 'em.

aeron 12 years, 10 months ago

Yeah, I don't understand why the player is white in chrome… is it that way for everybody? At first I assumed it was just me because I'm on linux.

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Also, PHP articles? I've always been meaning to learn a bit of that sort of thing, so yeah, I'd read 'em.
Awesome! I'm going to start working on them today :)

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Srsly, how can microsoft *not* support wav? They use wav files in the windows os for everything…
When is microsoft consistent?

svf 12 years, 10 months ago

I thought Firefox could handle MP3…. Sup with that?

Perhaps they didn't want to pay extra money to have MP3 Format playable? o.O