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Free Flash Music Player License Agreement:

By downloading and/or using one of Hoover Web Design's free flash music players you are legally bound by the following:

Any material downloaded or otherwise obtained through the use of the website and service is done at your own discretion and risk and you will be solely responsible for any damage to your computer system or loss of data that results from the download of any such material.


Disclaimer of Warranty:

The software is provided on an "as is" basis without warranty of any kind -- either expressed or implied -- including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Hoover Web Design does not warrant the performance of the software or that the software will meet your requirements or operate error free.

Hoover Web Design reserves the right to change and/or modify these terms with no prior notice. Understand this is a legally binding contract, and violation will have consequences where this document may be used against you.

Thank you for complying with our License Agreement.


Instructions for Setting up the Flash Music Player:

Unzip* all of the files into your web directory.

*WinZip Instructions
Open WinZip
Hit Control button and A button to select all of the template files
Click the Extract button
Extract to the place on your hard drive that you keep your web files.
Now you can begin editing your template.




Control File Instructions:

Open playerconfig.txt in a text editor. You can use WordPad or something similar. You will only be changing the color codes that are shown in red. You can use our color code chart here: http://www.hooverwebdesign.com/templates/html-color-chart.html

&titlecolor=0x33FF00& - changes the scrolling song title color
&timecolor=0x33FF00& - changes the track time elapsed color
&windowcolor=0x000000& - changes the track title window color
&outerpanelcolor=0xffffff& - changes the movie's background color
&innerpanelcolor=0x333333& - changes the player's color
&dotscolor=0x000000& - changes the color of the dots
&btncolor=0xffffff& - changes the button (square) color
&mouseovercolor=0xcc0000& - changes the button (square) color on mouseover
&btnbgcolor=0x333333& - changes the button background color
&btnbgovercolor=0xcccccc& - changes the buton background mouseover color
&total=1& - defines the number of tracks up to 25
&playonload=true& - defines auto start or manual start - change to false if manual start.
&track1name=I want to Love You Forever& - define your first song's title

To play more MP3's than 1:
Edit the text file

1. For each additional mp3 that you wish to play copy this entire line:
&track1name=I want to Love You Forever&

2. Change the track name to 2 or the next track number. Also add your song number 2's title. Your track 2 line would look like this:
&track2name=My 2nd song's title&

3. Next you would look up in the variables and change the number of songs from 1 to 2 here:

4. Save the file. You keep doing this until you have listed all of your mp3's.

Things to Remember:

Remember to save your file.

Make sure you keep the & sign at the end of each variable.

Make sure your song titles don't have the & symbol. If they do the title will not display correctly and could prevent the player from working correctly.

Adding Your Own Music

Once you find an mp3 music loop that you would like to use rename the mp3 file to track1.class. This music loop must have a sample rate of 44.1khz or when you play the song it will play too fast or too slow. Replace the track1.class file that came with the music player with your own mp3 music file. If your computer asks you if you want to over write the existing track1.class file, select yes.

If you want to play more than one mp3, save your mp3s in the following fashion: track2.class, track3.class, etc. inside of the tracks folder.

If you run into any problems with renaming your mp3 file, rename the mp3 file on your web server. In some instances computers will rename the mp3 file to track1.class.mp3. You'll know that you have a problem because the player will not load the song.

FTPing Your Website

Now you are ready to ftp your new website to the Internet. Upload all files to your web hosting space except for the player_readme.html file. For instructions on ftping to your website, please contact your web host. Now you can view the music player. Go to your domain for example, www.yourdomain.com/music.html to view the music player. That's it!



If you have questions or need help please visit our Flash Music Player Frequently Asked Questions:



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