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How do you add MP3 music to your online journal?

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Check your web hosts help files, tech support or user forum/messageboard. You should be able to find instructions in one of these locations. You should probably check your TOS and site specs first to be sure that you won't be violating any of your hosts policies. Some hosts don't allow MP3s or other multimedia files and some just aren't equipped to host certain kinds of files. And you will also want to be sure your site (or journal) has enough space and bandwidth. Also, be sure you aren't violating any copyright laws by posting files of copyright protected music -- especially not for downloading/filesharing. Not only is it illegal but your webhost will more than likely shutdown your site for violating their TOS. == There are websites that allow you to embed a control on your page. The control plays music. One such site is playlist.com

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