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Here is what you need to do this successfully.
You will need a program or an online mp3 player that gives you the HTML code of the actual player. Once you have the HTML code for the mp3 player you will need an html editor that will allow you to edit the webpage you want to add the player to. Or you can can copy the html code into note pad and save the document as .html not as .txt.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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