Thanks to a comment by Matthias I decided to revisit Odiogo and the code that I was using for the link to the audio on each post. They sent me an email about it awhile back and I had forgotten all about it. There is code to add into your sidebar that will insert the player, which works much better than my little javascript. After the page loads entirely a “listen now” button should appear just below the title to each post on the main page. I have not installed it on each individual entry template.

Almost forgot, here is the code itself,

<div class=”module-widget module” id=”widget-Odiogo_odiogo_listen_button_YOUR_FEED_ID”>
<div class=”module-content”>

<!– BEGIN ODIOGO LISTEN BUTTON V1.5.4 (TP) –>
<script type=”text/javascript” language=”javascript” src=”http://podcasts.odiogo.com/odiogo_js.php?feed_id=YOUR_FEED_ID”></script>
<script type=”text/javascript” language=”javascript”>
<!–
function odg_ScanPageTypePad_YOUR_FEED_ID ()
{
    odg_ScanPageTypePad (“YOUR_FEED_ID”);
}
odg_AddEvent (odg_ScanPageTypePad_YOUR_FEED_ID);
showOdiogoSubscribeButton (“YOUR_FEED_URL”);
// –>
</script>
<!– END ODIOGO LISTEN BUTTON V1.5.4 (TP) –>

</div>
</div>

You can get the code here as well as email support to get your feed ID if you have lost the email from them that contains it.


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