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Site URL: https://www.mission43.org/m43-media/m43-podcast-ep22-david-vobora Hello, Does anyone know of a way to capture clicks or listens to an audio block on your squarespace page? For example, we have a blog/media page where we upload podcast episodes through an audio block. Here is one of the pages for reference: https://www.mission43.org/m43-media/m43-podcast-ep22-david-vobora The audio file then feeds into other podcast platforms like Spotify, Google Play, etc. through the RSS feed. We can get the data on the other platforms when streamed through there, but would like to capture the data on our page if possible. Thanks,
Site URL: https://www.tamtamdeliberte.com/echos-libres/episode-1-demystifions-la-sante-mentale Hi guys, I'm looking for a way to block the ios player when listening to an audio block in a blog post. When clicking on the play button, it opens up in a different page. On Android, the audio plays on the same page. iOS behaves differently. Any thoughts? Thanks Ursule
Site URL: https://livingwithhopecounseling.com/ I'm trying to add an audio block in the footer of a website, and when it's played, it will keep playing when people navigate to other pages on the website. This seems possible with AJAX, and I enabled AJAX loading on the site. I like the simplistic format of the regular Squarespace audio block, so it would be nice to use that, but make it persistent across the site. I tried to go into code inspection on the site, to try to copy the audio block in html, apply some kind of persistent container to it (which I found here: https://tritondigitalcommunity.force.com/s/article/Player-Widgets-Using-AJAX-for-Player-Persistence), and add it back into the site with a code block. I'm not versed at all in coding, so the copy paste thing I found for a persistent code block didn't work. Do you think this sort of persistent audio player setup would work on an AJAX Squarespace site easily? Am I just missing a tiny bit of code, or is the concept flawed? I'm using the Basil Template (in the Brine family).