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    Script for a Web Midi Jukebox

    Web midi JukeBox application
    License freeware under Not For Resale Terms

    <script language="JavaScript">
    // Web midi JukeBox application
    // Rochelle
    // online demo at
    function playit(){
    // halt any current selected played music file
    var mloop =;
    for (num = 0; num < mloop; num++){
    // play music selected
    var sel =;
    if (sel != 0) {


    <body onLoad=" = 'visible';">

    <form name="selform">

    Web JukeBox <select name="music" onChange="playit();" size="1" style="vertical-align middle; vertical-align: middle; visibility: "hidden"">
    <option VALUE="0" SELECTED>- select music (stopped)</option>
    <option VALUE="1">Sound Filename title 1</option>
    <option VALUE="2">Sound Filename title 2</option>
    <option VALUE="3">Sound Filename title 3</option>
    <option VALUE="4">Sound Filename title 4</option>
    <option VALUE="5">Sound Filename title 5</option>

    <embed src="soundfilename1.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">
    <embed src="soundfilename2.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">
    <embed src="soundfilename3.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">
    <embed src="soundfilename4.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">
    <embed src="soundfilename5.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">

    <!-- Your can assign the above src text within quotes for your desired sub-directory for placing your sound files. It is not necessary to suffix the sound file name as I have shown in step four above with a numerical amount for the above drop-down option box. However, the order of the above embed list will determine the order your drop-down menu value selects them with the JavaScript code.
    For an example you want to use a sub-directory called \images, your emded tag would be:
    <embed src="images/U2nyearsday.mid" hidden="true" autostart="false">
    Make sure to feature the correct right slash character for a web directory in your HTML document!


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    You want to see mine.

    This needs editing before I put it on my site but it works.
    Yeah that's right crasher radio!

    <META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
    <META NAME="Description" CONTENT="Programming">
    <META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT="This is the first version of the html">
    <META NAME="Author" CONTENT="Will Wilimek">
    <META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="vanIJperen Software Inc.">

    <HEAD><TITLE>Crasher Radio(IE)</TITLE>

    <BODY background="Crasher Radio.gif">
    <DIV align="right">
    <TD bgcolor="#ACACAC"><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF" SIZE="1" FACE="tahoma, verdana, arial">[B]Crasher Radio</TD>
    <TD valign="Top">

    STANDBY="Loading Microsoft Windows Media Player components..."
    <PARAM NAME="fileName" VALUE="C:\DaftPunk.wav">
    <PARAM NAME="animationatStart" VALUE="true">
    <PARAM NAME="transparentatStart" VALUE="true">
    <PARAM NAME="autoStart" VALUE="true">
    <PARAM NAME="showControls" VALUE="true">



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    I dare the ********** who gave me points on this post to reveal himself....I know he won't though....most cyber poeple are a bunch of chickenshits. All the faggot had to say was "I like dogs"
    I guess he likes to **** them up the ass.

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