Knowledge Base

Interacting with the player: Time Markers

When using WavePlayer for your podcasts, it can be useful to reference a specific part of the audio track in the text, allowing your visitors to jump directly to that part. This can be easily achieved by adding simple anchors to any part of your page. The structure of the anchor can be as follows:…
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Using multiple skins on the same page

With WavePlayer 3 you have now the possibility to use multiple skins on the same page. The page you are reading now was assembled using the Gutenberg editor. After structuring the page and adding several players to each section, each player was adjusted to use one of the six skins included with the plugin. For…
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Barn2 WooCommerce Product Table

WavePlayer 3 improves the integration with the most popular addons for WooCommerce. The Barn2 WooCommerce Product Table is certainly among those. The new version of WavePlayer adds native support to the Barn2 Product Table columns, allowing you to add a player instance in the most intuitive way possible. This makes WavePlayer arguably the easiest player…
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Overriding the default player

WavePlayer has the capability of overriding the WordPress default audio player. This means that, right after installing WavePlayer, all the shortcodes you have already inserted in your post will be replaced with WavePlayer automatically, without any need to re-edit your posts or change anything in your configuration. Of course, we strongly encourage you to deactivate…
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Embedding WavePlayer

This example shows you how to embed an audio file in other websites using WavePlayer.

Playlist with max-height

In this example, a specific CSS rule is applied to the playlist to set its maximum height. As a result, the playlist will only show a limited number of tracks but, while playing back, WavePlayer will automatically scroll up or down to make sure the current track is always visible.

Working with WooCommerce

WavePlayer allows any WooCommerce user who sells audio-related products to automatically insert an instance of the player in connection with each product. Whether you use your website to sell songs or licenses of your music library or sound effects or the latest episodes of your podcast, you probably experienced the hassles of manually adding a player…
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Installing WavePlayer: a step-by-step guide

How to install WavePlayer Step 1 In order to install the plugin, go to the WordPress Plugins section, click on the Add new button, right beside the Plugins page title. Step 2 Click on the Upload Plugin button, right beside the Add Plugins page title. Step 3 Click on the Choose file button in order…
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