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    Not sure if I'm in the right category!

    How do I put a midi file on my website?

    Is it possible to have it playing continuously no matter which page you are on, or would I have to put it on every page meaning it would restart each time you changed the page?
     
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    <embed src="http://angelfire.lycos.com/realm2/testrun0/music/thegrgig.mid" autostart="true" hidden="true" loop="true"> <font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">There are a number of ways to put a midi file on your website.
    First, find a midi, upload it to your site, then link to it.
    I always just use </font>&lt;BGSOUND SRC="http://www.my_site.com/my_music/my_midi.mid"&gt; <font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">but this might not work for all browsers.
    S'okay.
    I'm lazy like that. :D
    If I want the midi to play continually, I use </font>&lt;BGSOUND SRC="http://www.my_site.com/my_music/my_midi.mid" LOOP="infinite"&gt;
    <font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">This only works for that particular page.
    I use different music for each page.

    Webmonkey has more info on other ways to add a midi to your site:
    http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/97/21/index4a_page3.html
    I'm gonna go try one of their suggestions...
     
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