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    1. How to insert images from URL to slideshow?

    2. How to add mp3 files of more than 2MB? Any third party sites to insert the mp3 files?




    1) I am assuming you mean images that are not on your server that you want to add via their URL.

    You would click the ‘Add Video or Iframe by URL’ button, its a big green button located on pages or portfolio items. And then you would paste the following code replacing the XXXXX with the url where the image is (example) http://www.domain-where-image-is.com/location-of-image.png

    <iframe src="XXXXX" ></iframe>

    so that the end result would look

    <iframe src="http://www.domain-where-image-is.com/location-of-image.png" ></iframe>

    This is image of the pop up triggered by the green button where you paste the above code with the link http://www.clipular.com/c?2236683=F0deougJTG00Yv1aR4TOlXZUYMI

    2) files more than 2mb

    2mb restriction has to do with your host setting a limit within the php.ini file (which is outside your reach). It is best to contact them and ask them to boost it. Alternately you may add a code to your .htaccess file but it will work only if you are running your configuration a certain way (which only your host knows)

    Try adding this please to your .htaccess file (if you have no idea what i am talking about, then you are better off contacting your host.

    php_value upload_max_filesize 10M
    php_value post_max_size 10M

    Ask your host to boost the memory up to (think of biggest mp3 you plan on uploading , ( 100meg? ) and tell the host to set the following value within php.ini

    upload_max_filesize = 128M



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