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    Personally, I wouldn't bother. If you are just going to be making your own website (i.e. not being hired by someone), then no one will care if you have the certificate so long as it looks good and works.
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    yeah hunter the music on your site is low, about a month ago I was on it and I kept hearing weird sounds that i thought was one of my other computers, I turned up the volume on my speekers (it was really low,) and realised it was your website
    I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.

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    Hmm.. weird sounds. Guess that sort of defeats the purpose I turned the volume down on purpose so that it wouldn't be super annoying, but maybe I overdid it.. btw, is anyone using firefox? For some reason the music works in IE but not in FireFox for me. Anyone have the same problem?
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    If its embed it tells me I need to install the missing plugin apple quicktime.
    My computer is awesome.

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    >The price for the exam is $59 (U.S.) - payable with PayPal or a valid credit card at the time you register.

    Waste of money
    Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0bDole
    >The price for the exam is $59 (U.S.) - payable with PayPal or a valid credit card at the time you register.

    Waste of money
    That is correct.

    If you really want a VALID computer certificate, go for A+, Novell, or some other one that actually matters.

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    >>If its embed it tells me I need to install the missing plugin apple quicktime.
    It's not embedded; it's the bgsound property (attribute? whatever you call it) in the body tag of an HTML file in an iframe in a frame.
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    I checked out the source, and I found this:
    Code:
    http://kevklam.galacvalley.com/bgm/bgm1.html
    So I went there, and found this in that source file:
    Code:
    <BGSOUND SRC="bg1.mid" LOOP="infinite" VOLUME="-2500">
    So then I went
    Code:
    http://kevklam.galacvalley.com/bgm/bgm1.mid
    The file didn't exist! So I went:
    Code:
    http://kevklam.galacvalley.com/bgm1.mid
    But that file doesn't exist either! I don't think mozilla can find the midi file anywhere. Because I hear no sound :( Where is the midi located? Because if the midi exists:
    Code:
    http://kevklam.galacvalley.com/bgm/music/bg1.mid
    Then you could go like this:
    Code:
    <BGSOUND SRC="/bgm/music/bg1.mid" LOOP="infinite" VOLUME="-2500">

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    Ack my bad:
    Code:
    http://kevklam.galacvalley.com/bgm/bg1.mid
    Does exist lol
    http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?p=196583 a discussion about music on pages for Mozilla. You seem to need a plugin. Perhaps you could try a flash music player?

    This doesn't work btw:
    Code:
    <html>
    	<head>
    		<BGSOUND SRC="bg1.mid" LOOP="infinite">
    		<object data="bg1.mid" codetype="audio/mid"> </object>
    		<embed src="bg1.mid" autostart="true" loop="true" width="2" height="0">
    </embed>
    	</head>
    
    	<body>
    		Enjoy!
    	<body>
    </html>
    :(

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    music on websites is just bad design
    Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0bDole
    music on websites is just bad design
    Indeed... I usually have my own music playing on my computer, and that just conflicts. Additionally, the likelihood that people want to hear what you do is not particularly high (perhaps they want to hear nothing). Anyway, the only time I expect/tolerate music on a website is in a flash movie/game/whatever, as long as I clicked on a link consciously knowing that it would (probably) have music associated with it.
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    >>Then you could go like this:
    That's how it was when I put it together; I suspect the server automatically changed it when I uploaded the files.

    >>Perhaps you could try a flash music player?
    I have zero knowledge about anything flash

    >>This doesn't work btw:
    Hmm? What's the idea behind that snippet? Looks to me like it would just have the same mid playing 3 at a time..

    Indeed... I usually have my own music playing on my computer, and that just conflicts. Additionally, the likelihood that people want to hear what you do is not particularly high (perhaps they want to hear nothing). Anyway, the only time I expect/tolerate music on a website is in a flash movie/game/whatever, as long as I clicked on a link consciously knowing that it would (probably) have music associated with it.
    I see. I'll make the music stopped by default in my next update then. Funny how everyone hates web music though; I usually find it quite pleasant Maybe it's just because I never have music playing to conflict with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter2
    >>Then you could go like this:
    That's how it was when I put it together; I suspect the server automatically changed it when I uploaded the files.

    >>Perhaps you could try a flash music player?
    I have zero knowledge about anything flash :(

    >>This doesn't work btw:
    Hmm? What's the idea behind that snippet? Looks to me like it would just have the same mid playing 3 at a time..
    >>Then you could go like this:
    That's how it was when I put it together; I suspect the server automatically changed it when I uploaded the files.

    Well know the server was correct I was wrong, I mistyped the midi location.

    >>Perhaps you could try a flash music player?
    I have zero knowledge about anything flash :(

    It's easy if you have Flash MX, after of course downloading an already made flash music player :).

    >>This doesn't work btw:
    Hmm? What's the idea behind that snippet? Looks to me like it would just have the same mid playing 3 at a time..

    What I meant was that nothing with background music works on mozilla/firefox :( Only IE, our hero! lol

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    I see. Well, I suppose anyone who wants to hear web music will download the plugin on their own. In the meantime, I've updated my site to have the music stopped by default:
    Code:
      (mus.html)
      <iframe src="bgm/bgm1.html" ... >
      vvv
      <iframe src="bgm/bgmstop.html" ... >
      
      *upload*
    I love this whole object-oriented HTML deal.

    **EDIT**
    Odd. Seems it didn't update, even though it works fine on my local copy and I clearly uploaded/overwrote all the mus.html's.

    **EDIT2**
    Ok, it did update - just that for some reason Mozilla decided to use the cached version of the site even though I hit refresh several times, clicking in every frame.
    Last edited by Hunter2; 01-09-2005 at 04:28 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter2
    I see. Well, I suppose anyone who wants to hear web music will download the plugin on their own. In the meantime, I've updated my site to have the music stopped by default:
    Code:
    (mus.html)
    <iframe src="bgm/bgm1.html" ... >
    vvv
    <iframe src="bgm/bgmstop.html" ... >
    
    *upload*
    I love this whole object-oriented HTML deal.
    You know there is an attribute fo the music embed tag that allows it to be stopped by default...right?

    Search for it on any HTML tutorial website...they should have it.

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