Commedia

Commedia – a component and content plugin that allows you to create a content table containing all of the MP3’s that are present in any directory of your site, a FTP-server (folder, single path to ftp-file) or a HTTP(S)-server (DROPBOX, folder, single path to http-file or http-radio).

 

For mobile devices without Flash Commedia will fallback to HTML5 playback.

Works on multi-language sites (English, Russian, Ukrainian, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Arabian, Czech, Portuguese (Brazil), Polish, Danish (only Frontpage), Turkish are included, or you are able to add your own language file in the language folder).

You can play, upload and download songs with names in your own language encoding (cyrillic, armenian, spanish for example), so You do not need rename Your files into latin characters.

It has cover, volume control, rating, down-count, play-count, auto-play, filter, repeat button, pagination (classic and modern), user upload, FB social button and some other functions.

It can play single file in popup window.

It allows you to set a single path to the folder or one file with {commedia}{/commedia} variable.

It can automatically find and play music from all subfolders and the root folder.

It allows for setting up songs to play automatically after another one ends.

It automatically stops or pauses the current playing song when a new one is selected on the page.

You can use sorting order by rating, download-count, artist, title, album, track number and date of the file (ascending, descending) or by random order.

It allows use of your own styles for player and its buttons.

It allows user access control for groups of users that can download, upload or voting songs.

You can set up the number of days that a file is still considered new. It will display the label NEW in line.

Every file has a link to its details page, but you can disable it.

HTML-code is validated on http://validator.w3.org

Notice:
Commedia can not get ID3-tags information from file on external server (FTP, HTTP(S), DROPBOX).

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