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- Eric B. Bednarz
April 17, 2006, 7:52 pm
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(Crossposted fullquoted with followup-to c.i.w.a.html)
Whatever you can or should do, CSS has nothing to do with it.
The best and easiest solution is to simply link to the media object;
that brings up the configured media player (if any) for the MIME type
in question which then can happily doodle along in the back- or
foreground while the visitor is browsing the rest of the site.
Not only does this solve your initial problem (continuous playing across
stateless requests), if it doesn't work it's neither your fault nor
problem. As soon as you start trying to literally 'embed' a player in a
page, it is bound not to work in various scenarios and it *will* be your
fault (not even speaking about the secondary problems of using frames,
popups or whatnot in order to request a new resource with the
originating UA while the former remains active).
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