I have some kind of basic deficiency in setting links. I never seem to know how to end them. There must be rules for this and I must find them. In the meantime…
I just bought Joe Workman’s HTML5 Audio stack. I want to use it to place little audio clips here and there on my website. Right now, I am just testing it in a testing / playaround site that is not published.
I made a test audio called “audiotest-9-12-15.m4a”. It works; I click it and it talks. I uploaded it to my televisionadvertising.com website files. To do this, I created a televisionadvertising.com folder at GoDaddy called “audio”. I uploaded the m4a file into that folder. It is there.
On a blank page in my test site, with only site styles and a 1-column foundation, I added the HTML5 Audio stack. Under “set link”, I set an m4a link in several different ways, saved the page, went to Preview and clicked the arrow. Nada. Here are the ways I set the link: http://televisionadvertising.com/audio/audiotest-9-12-15.m4a, same just ending in “audio/”, same just ending in “audio”. None of those worked.
Maybe I did something else wrong, or have not done something else, but I am sure that I am bad about phrasing links correctly, so I figure that is the problem. Would someone please tell me how to make this work? Thanks!