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The Audio Player particle enables you to quickly and easily add embedded audio content to your page.
Here are the topics covered in this guide:
These options affect the main area of the particle, and not the individual items within.
|Particle Name||Enter the name you would like to assign to the particle. This only appears in the back end.|
|CSS Classes||Sets any CSS class(es) you want to have apply to the particle's content.|
|Title||Enter a title for the particle.|
|Now Playing Label||Enter a label for the Now Playing section of the player.|
|Playlist Layout||Choose whether or not you wish to have a scrollbar appear in the playlist.|
|Overflow Height||Sets the overflow size (in pixels) for the playlist with the scrollbar.|
|SoundCloud Client ID||In order to play SoundCloud files, you will need to have a SoundCloud ID. Enter it here.|
You can get a SoundCloud Client ID here.
These items make up the individual featured items in the particle.
|Item Name||Designates a name for the item that appears in the back end only.|
|Artist||Enter an artist name that will be displayed with the item.|
|Track Title||Enter a title for the track.|
|Album Cover||Add cover art for the album that will be displayed along with the track in the particle.|
|Audio Source||Enables you to select a SoundCloud track, external URL, or local audio file as the audio for the track.|
|External URL||If External URL is selected as the Audio Source, this is where you enter that URL.|
|Local Audio||If Local Audio is selected as the Audio Source, this is where you enter the file's location or select it.|
|SoundCloud Track||If SoundCloud Track is selected as the Audio Source, this is where you enter the track number.|
|SoundCloud Artist||Enables or disables the display of the artist's SoundCloud info in the track listing.|
The particle has local support for any audio format that can be natively embedded using HTML5. This includes: mp3, ogg, and wav.