Stratus is a jQuery powered SoundCloud player that lives at the bottom (or top) of your website or blog.
|Author:||Lee Martin (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.8|
|WordPress version tested:||3.1.4|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-03-2012|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||10 174|
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- Sharing - Visitors can now click the share button to email, tweet, facebook, and embed your tracks around the web.
- Commenting & Favoriting - Visitors can now comment and favorite tracks right from Stratus.
- Tracklist - Double-click any blank space on the player to unveil a tracklist.
- Pop-up Player - Visitors can now popup your player and continue listening to tunes while they browse your site.
Who's Using It?
Here's some examples of Stratus in the wild. Want to get added to the list? Send me an email.
Got a suggestion? Found a bug? Deployed the player on your site? Let me know @leemartin.
M83 - ilovem83.com
The Vaccines - thevaccines.co.uk
Rokysopp - rokysopp.com
School of Seven Bells - sviib.com
Can I keep Stratus playing even when the page reloads?
Not currently. Your site would need to be built so that it doesn’t reload rather than the player. However, we do provide a popup function that users can click to enjoy your tunes while browsing your site.
How can I make YouTube videos appear below Stratus?
The trick is adding
?wmode=transparent to each of your YouTube videos. That will force the YouTube embed to appear below Stratus as it should.
- Let’s get it on.