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    Hi everyone,

    where can I get code to have a playlist played on my site? In otherwords, if I have 20 mp3's,
    I want them to play one right after the other no matter if the person leaves the page.

    The same way it's done on radio stations.

    Thanks for you help.
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    You can't, when the page is close, there no longer is a connection to your website, which means no music can play.

    You can however open a seperate page to display your music and since modern browsers use "tabs" the music will keep play, while they browse others sites.

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    And for those of you who abandoned poor MySpace

    http://www.garyshood.com/bandplayer/

    A very easy way to put a music player on your webpage.
    Just manage the music through your myspace page.

    And radio stations cant do that either.
    Closing the webpage is kind of turning off the radio.

    If you did manage to get your player to keep on playing after the user closes the browser
    it would cease to be a webpage and from that point point forward be
    a virus. Granted a funny one.

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    Thanks a lot for your advices
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