I have already created a music database so that i can add music tracks and albums to mysql. At the moment i am manually adding these one by one and it is taking forever seeing that i have thousands or tracks. I have tryed to make a script that will explode the raw data and then put it into arrays and then submit into the database, so that i can just copy the tracklisting off the internet and past it into a textera form or something..The fields i have in the table are:IdCDTrackArtistSongHere is a typical tracklist:Can't Get You Out Of My Head|Kylie MinogueUptown Girl|Westlife
Hey Baby (Zwie, Drei, Vier...)|DJ Otzi Mambo No 5|Bob The Builder [code]............
I want to play music via music player and don't want allow users to download it. I have see on few sites that you can play some video or music but you can't download it, you can play it form site in a web page but can't download it.
What's the SIMPLEST way to sell on a site? I am looking into osCommerce, but the amount of setup and configuration is overwhelming. I just want to take an existing site, dedicate a cell or two in a table, and be able to add a product, and add multiple images to the display. I don't want to have to manually create a page each and every product, I'd like this to be automated. I would use osCommerce if I knew it better, but I have a long way to go.
I have managed to setup a site using the CMS 'Nucleus' which is only accessed via a username & password. I have also setup Zen-Cart to sell access to the site. What I'm needing to do still is figure out how to have a username & password created for the customer after they purchase access. These are the options I have come up with, but don't know how I would go about implementing them:
1. - Nucleus has an account registration page, so one option is to secure that page so the URL can't be accessed until after payment is made
2. - Somehow modify the zen cart IPN file to write some kind of random username & password to the correct database tables then send that information to the customer
If anyone has any advice on how I can make this happen I'm also open to any other solutions that could make this work.
I was just wondering if someone can show me the correct way of selling pdf files online through paypal,Basically I'm using a php shopping cart and the shopping cart connects to paypal, just wondering once the pdf file names have been added to the shopping cart and have been paid through paypal how can I redirect the user to get the download links for that particular pdf file or a multiple of files,
I'm developing a website for a quite a big company, which is used to sell certain products online. Would Magento Community Edition be a bad approach for developing a big ecommerence website or is it better to develop a ecommerence platform from scratch using a mvc framework.I would just like to know other people personal opinion because i feel its safer to build a project from scratch. They say that Magento from my experience does not scale very well and feel i might run into problems in the future.
I was wondering without going overboard with the 'shopping cart' theme, is there a way I could use perhaps a simple script with PayPal integration to sell images online. This needs to be downloadable digital images with once only URL or something like that.
Have no idea and wondering if there is a php script out there I could use.
i've already got this code which simply sends the name of the video bought: <? mail( "firstname.lastname@example.org", "Video bought", $name, "From: $email" ); header( "Location: http://www.mysite.com/thankyou.htm" );?>
I'm developing a site in drupal for a photographer that needs to put online thousands of images each weekend and then sell them through the site, with ubercart i think; He takes photos on a circuit to users that pay to race with their vehicles and very often they want to buy pictures of their journeys. I would NOT like to "import" each photo as a node, doing so i'll have thousands and thoudsands of nodes uselessly, instead i would like to show images in galleries (galleries for me will be nodes, or something similar) i found the gallery2 drupal integration module and i was thinking about using this to show galleries and let the users buy only "prints" of pictures, integrating it with ubercart system, so the only node i would like to manage are galleries and product nodes such as 10x15 print, 30x20 print and so on. Which are the modules to best solve this task ?
im creating a music streaming website but have come up with a problem, when i call for the music from database, they all play at the same time, i have tried using autostart = false but that doesnt seem to work, Code:
I'm looking to create one of those nifty music players where there are links on a page and you can click one and it will play that audio file on the page in the player...I dont know where to start with this.
I'm developing a site in PHP4 for a music artist, who wants music to play across all their pages. I have loaded a simple flash applet to play the music, but every time the visitor to the site moves to a different page the music starts again. The artist would like the music to play continuously.
I can only think of three possible ways to solve this, and I am not happy with any of them.
1) Use frames - but this will wreck my lovely CSS layout 2) Open the player in another window - but this has issues with popup blockers, and really I would prefer it all to be on screen at the same time. 3) Re-design the whole site in Flash - I don't have time for this right now.
I have a list of file descriptions in a list box that is filled via a php mysql select. I know the name of the file that is described by the file that is select from that list box. It is an audio file. I have a "Play" button. I know how to get to a section of code when the user clicks that button.
Question 1: What do I have to do to make it play on the the user's machine when he clicks the "Play" button. Question 2: When he terminates the music, I want it to stay on the original page.
It is a very simple site where the changing centre pages are just called as different locations in the php file. My only problem is that the whole php page seems to be reloaded when the a button is clicked to change the content in the centre section.
I have a php site with around 12 pages - where I wish to put a nice song from the index to the all pages without be interrupted by a click outside from index page. How I have to do or where I can find the script?
hat the best way is for me to display all my music files and allow me to click through all the folders and play the file I want to listen to. I would also like to be able to create playlists that I can save in the db or whatnot... We have about 500 gigs of music, so would like to be able to create multiple playlists that we can listen to depending on our mood.
I was just wondering if there is any music sampler scripts out there that i can use. What i mean is just like the resize for thumbs in jpg and gifs. I need something tht will sample the uploaded music. Something like 30 seconds or so. Is there anything that anyone knows out there that is reliable.
I'm writing a CD database for myself. On a page, once the album title and general info is entered, depending on the number of songs entered, ($num_songs) after you submit the form, the variable is passed to the next page with the following code and the appropriate number of spaces are shown ready for the song titles to be entered.
I've tried a few things but have had no luck at getting the actual song titles ($songname$n) to post to the database. The songs numbers do, however. I do want each song to save with its own unique ID and own name, song number, the album ID as entered in the previous screen etc.
I'm trying to upload a file from my iOS device to my IIS webserver (Windows Server Web 2008) but for some reason it does not receive the request if the added file is bigger than a certain size (around 10MB it seems).
I have made a couple more questions about this matter and found a lot of answers from these. I still have a problem with the bigger files not being sent. The previous cap was at 2MB, now it's somewhere around 10MB or so. All the settings in php that could have anything to do with this have been set to either 500MB or 6000 seconds timeout. The maxRequestBuffer for IIS has been set to 500MB aswell and should not be the problem.
Looking at what i have changed allready I would think the problem lies in the app side not sending it at all. Previously the request would be sent and received by the server and the code would be fired, but the file would be ignored as it was too big at that time. However right now when i have a big file the request will not be received.
This is a theoretical idea , but hope my posting here would shed some knowledge on it . Lets say there is a music video on youtube . Is it possible to just strip the music of the video using the youtube api and use it as a way to some visualization on another website ?
Its very similar to any music player which does visualization based on the beats of the music.
Forgive me if this is not the correct thread. Ok I have been looking for a way to get all of my music onto my website and have it be able to be searched through certain terms. Here is a reference on how I want it to be: since I can't post the links, I will pm them to those who respond. with the return results to come into a table, with options to download, license document etc.
i have a music site now i try to add news and event at my artist i want whatever i submit from admin panel...its its hace categorise all the artist name so to sent all artist profile .....which artist news or event this.
I want to add music which runs in the background of a website being developed for a client. The site is generated in Joomla. Does anyone knows about any component (or any way) through which I can add music which runs in the background of the website.I know it can be achieved via embed tag in the index page of the selected template, but one additional requirement (from the client) is whenever any visitor clicks on any other link, the music should continue but not start from the beginning. Is it feasible?
have a big database with several songs for each song in 1. reduce quality / bit-rate (to 64kbps for instance) and calculate the sound "hash" have the sound / excerpt of the music you want to identify for the song in 3. reduce quality / bit-rate (again to 64kbps) and calculate sound "hash" if 4. sound hash is in any of the 2. sound hashes return the matched music I though of reducing the quality / bit-rate due to the environment noises and encoding differences.
Am I in the right track here? Can anyone provide me any specific documentation or examples? Midori seems to even recognize hum's, that's pretty awesomely impressive! How do they do that? Do sound hashes exist or is it something I just made up? If they do, how can I calculate them? And more importantly, how can I check if child-hash is in father-hash? How would I go about building a similar system with Python (maybe a built-in module) or PHP?