Docs Category: Getting Started

Settings

WavePlayer settings – located at the Settings –> WavePlayer page of the WordPress Admin area – define how to display a shortcode with no parameters provided other than the IDs of the audio tracks you want to included in that particular instance of the player, like the following one: Please consider that changing any of these…
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Overriding the default audio 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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Using WavePlayer in the Classic Editor

Step 1 In order to create a new instance of WavePlayer, simply create or edit the Post or the Page where you want to add the WavePlayer and click on the Add Media button, right above the Visual Editor toolbars. Step 2 In the left sidebar, together with all the other elements WordPress allows you to…
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Using WavePlayer in Elementor

Adding WavePlayer to a post or page In order to add a WavePlayer instance to a post or page using the Elementor editor, you first need to locate the WavePlayer widget among the ones offered by Elementor. Open the widget list by clicking on the grid icon Start typing “waveplayer” in the widget search bar…
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Using WavePlayer in the Gutenberg block editor

Gutenberg is the new WordPress WYSIWYG editor. Created by the same team that developed WordPress, it guarantees not only a high-level of integration in the WordPress backend but also a very fast and light interaction, especially when compared to other page builders that prove to be extremely cumbersome in terms of memory and speed. A…
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Using WavePlayer

WavePlayer 3 adds native support for both the new Gutenberg Block Editor and the acclaimed Elementor. By using the new WavePlayer Gutenberg Block or the WavePlayer Elementor Widget, you can insert a new player instance to your pages in the most intuitive and effortless way. No shortcodes, no copy and paste. Everything is fully visual,…
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Installation

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…
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