How'd they do that...? instantvideoempire

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On this website:


They have this really kewl little radio thing going
on - it looks like an Ipod at the bottom - the
first one looks different. But when you push play
(as you would on youtube) - instead you *hear*, as you
would with an Ipod and I just love the Ipod graphic
and the way this is done.

Go look at it people ;} And I can not STAND those *talking people* that some have on sites - once this one was a bald guy cartoon face and he literally yells at you *HELLO!* and I nearly jump outta my skin. This is a choice; not a *scare the sh*t outta you* feature.

Can or would someone (maybe the owner) (nudge nudge)
explain to me (even pm me) how to do this as I am so
NOT into video but I really like this concept a
whole lot!

It just really *grabs* me.
#internet marketing #ipod #radio #videoempire
  • Profile picture of the author Net66
    The radio thing is cool, but a little dated.

  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    Ugh..what an ugly site that is!

    Not sure it is the best way to put audio on a site, in my opinion.
  • Profile picture of the author Net66
    I don't think I'd want the radio thing on my site. I seem to remember Coffee Cup made software that did something like that but it was a long time ago.

    I would focus on the new modern styles of web design if I were you.

  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    The radio thing is cool, but a little dated.

    Ya think?

    Could it be due to this thread being 8 years old?

    Same two forum members - again - bumping another old thread I wouldn't click on the signature of someone who can't read a date.

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