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What is the file type that you want to play?
The below code should work for most, replace SONG_URL with your file's path, it should work in most browsers.

[code]<embed src="SONG_URL.mp3" hidden="true" />
<noembed><bgsound src="SONG_URL.mp3" /></noembed>[/code]

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Greetings!

I've tried the code that I used on my friendster account and it is working on my comments on self page. Below is the format of the code:

[quote]<embed src="filename.ext" width="x" height="x" autoplay="x" hidden="x" loop="x" volume="x"></embed>[/quote]

Replace the value of the src with the file path of the song.

Below is the code that I have on my comments on self page.

[quote]<embed width="145" height="60" hidden="true" autoplay="true" volume="100" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://suzanneandsimon.com/files/music/Tesla-Love_Song.mp3"></embed>[/quote]

The code is going to play the song Love Song by Tesla on my page.

Good luck!

Signed,
Rockistah

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There's a site devoted to this: www.playlist.com

Make a playlist from the database or add your own from the URL. Registration is free.
Then it'll give you the HTML code to embed it.

Example: the playlist on my profile.

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Hmm well thanks but its still not working:/

I get this:

></strong><embed height="100" hidden="true" width="100" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH4HDn4v24I"></embed> <noembed></noembed>

The song as you can see is in:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH4HDn4v24I

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You are trying to play a YouTube (flv file), this is why I asked what type of file it was.
YouTube has a small protection on their .flv's, so you need to add some more parameters.

Change the width and height if you want the player to visible.

[code]
<embed width="0" height="0" allowscriptaccess="always" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.youtube.com/v/UH4HDn4v24I&amp;feature=player_embedded&amp;fs=1&amp;autoplay=1"></embed>
[/code]


On a side note, YouTube provides the code in the "Embed" box to the right of the video, I haven't tested it but I assume it would work.

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[quote name='Rendril' date='05 January 2010 - 04:36 PM' timestamp='1262709381' post='51911']
You are trying to play a YouTube (flv file), this is why I asked what type of file it was.
YouTube has a small protection on their .flv's, so you need to add some more parameters.

Change the width and height if you want the player to visible.

[code]
<embed width="0" height="0" allowscriptaccess="always" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.youtube.com/v/UH4HDn4v24I&amp;feature=player_embedded&amp;fs=1&amp;autoplay=1"></embed>
[/code]


On a side note, YouTube provides the code in the "Embed" box to the right of the video, I haven't tested it but I assume it would work.
[/quote]

Yes the Youtube "embed" box works, thank you for the script too >^_^

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[quote name='phantasm' date='05 January 2010 - 08:07 PM' timestamp='1262714844' post='51917']
the only song types you can put into a embed file are mp3 files only
[/quote]

It depends on the browser and plugin support. I think midi, wav and mp3 are the default supported are.

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