November 10, 2011 at 6:55 pm #4734
Would be great if we could playback MP3s on the iPad.
So it would save me extra setup time.
So far, these two work, but I’d rather bypass them and enter the MP3 url via the product page.
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/haiku-minimalist-audio-player/ (This one is light + offers graphic or text version).
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/mp3-jplayer/ (offers playlist, popup, single etc… but it’t heavy).
THIS is the KING: http://www.jplayer.org/
Please, do something.
Would be great to have at least a super light option for single files, as well as playlist. At list the super light first.
I really like the look of the JPlayer one: http://www.jplayer.org/
Please Doctor Amin Ruhul, my birthday’s approaching, and I feel old an tired… time is short !November 10, 2011 at 6:57 pm #38357
I have to say it again, I really like the look of this: http://www.jplayer.org/ BECAUSE it goes well my new Ikea furnitures.
PS: it also works for video apparently.November 10, 2011 at 7:20 pm #38358November 10, 2011 at 10:45 pm #38359adminKeymaster
Most of these audio players will have a shortcode that you can just place in the description field of eStore (The description field can accept HTML so you can design it however you like). When you use a fancy display it will show the audio player which lets your users play the mp3 file.November 11, 2011 at 1:12 am #38360
I am aware of the features thank you. It’s a great cart.
How about a GRID mode for showing categories, that would be AWESOME, and being able to choose how many rows…
The thing is, it would be good to NOT have to install ANOTHER PLUGIN… (extra potential security loopholes, processing etc etc…), considering that the cart has an MP3 preview already, I though it would make great sense. Especially the iPads are becoming extremely popular and useful.
Some of these plugin have a very light code that could easily be implemented I think, I had a look at Audio earlier on, now I am going to test the last one. Brad Pitt is seating next to me BTW, he says hi.
At the minute, I am in setup/test mode, so came up with my own little “setup”, but seeing that the cart has got MP3 preview already implemented, gave me some new ideas.November 11, 2011 at 5:06 am #38361
First, I am please to say that I might not have to end up using the NexGen plugin, nothing against it thought, I think it’s a great plugin too.
Back on topic, mp3s, [short codes] and html5.
This is going to save the day “I think”: [wp_eStore_category_products_fancy id=1 style=3]
But, as mentioned in the other thread, [short codes] won’t work with it, or to be more precise, it does not work with the “styles” that have the options to show some product descriptions.
So problem 1), is to be able to get the short codes for the players I mentioned above to work with it.
2) to get those short codes to work with the above short code ([wp_eStore_category_products_fancy id=1 style=3]).
Then obviously, it’s to decide were to insert the short code, i.e; between the product name and price, above product name etc…
One more questions, how do I style the product title for the above short code? At the minute, it is italic.
All I can see is the code below: /*=== Fancy 3 css ===*/November 11, 2011 at 7:41 am #38362
I tried the 4 x players above in fancy display gallery and none of them work.
2 x of them break visually. 1 x is too big.
The only one that seems to be worth looking into is this one:
I tried [mp3t track=”firstname.lastname@example.org″ ind=”yes”] which is the lightest and smallest version of the short code, it doesn’t ‘break’ visually, but it doesn’t play either.
PS: it’s player example 3:
PPS: actually, this one works in “Text” mode: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/haiku-minimalist-audio-player/November 12, 2011 at 3:10 am #38363
Ok, I moving on…
I tried to figure out why some of the above player short codes weren’t working in fancy display/categories, and apparently it’s got to do with jquery or something…
So I added the following in eStore_misc_functions.php (I picked this files randomly, I felt attracted to it… no ideas though):
And now it’s working in [wp_eStore_category_products_fancy id=1 STYLE=2].
So my questions are:
1) is this the right place to put the above code, or should I put this code somewhere else – where?
I tried inserting it somewhere in the php files in “eStore-extra-shortcodes” but it broke it and got errors.
2) how do I get the product description to show up in [wp_eStore_category_products_fancy id=1 STYLE=3]?
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