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Plugin creates playlist, using links to audio files mp3 | m4a | ogg | wav in the posts of your site. The following tag attributes are used: <a>: <a class="wpaudio" href="https://sitename.com/path/filename.mp3" title="Track title" alt="Track discription" data-artist="Artist name" data-album="Album title" data-length="123">Track caption</a> class="wpaudio" – class name of the link to the audio file. By default: wpaudio. Can be changed in plugin settings. href="https://sitename.com/path/filename.mp3" – audio file URL. Relative path is allowed (by default relative to the site root). title="Track title" – the track title – displayed in the player header. If is empty, the link text is accepted. If link text is also empty, then track title and track caption is filename filename.mp3. alt="Track discription" – track discription. data-artist="Artist name" – artist name. data-album="Album title" – album title. If the album title is not set in this tag, then the album title is the post title. data-length="123" – track length in seconds. Track caption - link text – track caption. If link text is not specified, then the title — artist name is displayed instead. In the link text is allowed to use the html-tags: <em>, <strong>, <i>, <b>, <s>, <del>, <sup>, <sub>, <small>, <span class="" style ="">. If the first character of the link text is #, then link text is ignored in player, and the title — artist name...
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