Dear Mr. The_Quiet_Storm73, ( If that is your real name ;-) )
PodPress is a plugin that works only with WordPress (wp) sites. Since
you are on blogger, PodPress will not be useful to you.
There are a million "embeddable" flash players available to use to
add to your site.
A quick search for "flash mp3 player" generates over 33 million
finds....there are some for play ones that allow many customizations,
but if you are not keen on paying, there is a flash player available
from the podcast pickle (http://podcastpickle.com) but I think you
may have to be a registered user there to use their player (it's free
I know this topic has come up in the past, so have a look in the
archives of this group.
On Oct 30, 2007, at 7:38 AM, the_quiet_storm73 wrote:
> How in the world do I install Podpress?
> I have downloaded Podpress...and unzipped the file... and now I am
> completely lost. I didn't know that this program had to be installed
> manually through a lot of technical red tape. All of the programs
> that I have downloaded over the net or purchased from the
> store...have always downloaded automatically. So this is a first for
> me. My technical knowledge is very limited.
> Like I stated... I am lost after the unzipped part.
> What am I supposed to do next? I notice that nothing is opening...
> no install prompt is coming up. Also keep in mind that I am not
> using wordpress. I have no wordpress account nor do I have an
> account on the website.
> I am a "Blogger" user.
> I saw something about a wp directory... I have no idea what that is
> referring to.
> I will need step by step instructions on what to do next. (and I
> really mean step by step instructions...or else I will be lost). And
> I need the information in layman's terms.... not techie terms.
> I downloaded the program because I want to use the embedded audio
> player. I have already established a file host... it is already set
> up and ready to go. (I thought that would be the hard part). But now
> I am stuck on the Podpress end...trying to figure out what to do...
> I expected a program that would automatically install....with easy
> step by step prompts...like 95% of the other programs that are
> loaded onto my computer.