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  2. JOhnson

    Website Music Players

    Hi err0r I have found a player that wix has excepted 😀 again thank you for your help fella 😀
  3. Last week
  4. JOhnson

    Website Music Players

    over the past few days I have found numerous player creators that are free and all the codes I add with my url stream which starts with http:// will not work for wix ? http://s33.myradiostream.com:13962/listen.m3u I don't know what to do about leaving the radio streaming for you to test again thank you for your help
  5. err0r

    Website Music Players

    stream needs to be active for me to test
  6. err0r

    Website Music Players

    i can host it here on my site for you as it's ssl (https) then you can just link to it. What is the link to your stream?
  7. JOhnson

    Website Music Players

    yes they do HTML iframe and that is what I have been doing when I find a free code for a player but the codes I have found as I explained are http:// so they won't embed the player 😢 and what I do is I open https://support.wix.com/en/article/testing-your-html-code and test the codes I find and I haven't found one that works yet and I have been looking 😀 thanks again for the reply I will keep searching and who knows I might get lucky one day 🙂
  8. err0r

    Website Music Players

    does wix allow iframes? if so you could embed html5 player that way.
  9. JOhnson

    Website Music Players

    thanks for the reply err0r I have looked for a html5 player that works with wix but to no avail ... most of the html5 players don't have a https:// in them and wix won't except any codes with http:// so what I did was to add a button with the streaming url thank you again for your help on this one err0r 😀
  10. Mozilla CEO Chris Beard isn't fond of Microsoft's decision to overhaul its Edge browser using Google's open source Chromium project, which is the basis of Chrome. "By adopting Chromium, Microsoft hands over control of even more of online life to Google," he writes in a blog post. The note sees Beard condemning Microsoft's move --though he admits it "may well make sense" from a business standpoint -- while urging Chrome users to try Mozilla's Firefox instead. "Will Microsoft's decision make it harder for Firefox to prosper? It could," states Beard, adding: "making Google more powerful is risky on many fronts." Recalling Microsoft's monopoly on browsers in the early 2000s before Firefox's arrival, Beard claims history could be about to repeat itself. Only this time, Google is at the reins. According to the Mozilla chief: "If one product like Chromium has enough market share, then it becomes easier for web developers and businesses to decide not to worry if their services and sites work with anything other than Chromium." Of course, that could be fatal for Mozilla, which boasts its own "Quantum Gecko" open-source software. It's what helped make the privacy-focused Firefox browser "twice as fast" as part of its 2017 update. "Your [Firefox] use helps web developers and businesses think beyond Chrome," concludes Beard. "And this helps Firefox and Mozilla make overall life on the internet better — more choice, more security options, more competition." Google Chrome is by far the most popular web browser on the planet. According to Statista, it holds more than 67 percent of the global market share, with Firefox trailing in second place with just under 11 percent, and Microsoft's Edge stuck behind Internet Explorer (6.97 percent) and Safari (5.13 percent) with just 4.24 percent. Microsoft says its upgraded Edge browser will be available on Mac, Windows 7 and Windows 8 in addition to Windows 10. It's promising changes under the hood over the course of the next year that will provide "better web compatibility for our customers and less fragmentation of the web for all web developers." Read full article @ https://www.engadget.com/2018/12/07/mozilla-ceo-microsoft-chromium/
  11. err0r

    Website Music Players

    you can add different links if the stream is formatted to work in media player , etc.. using a html5 player to just link to your stream is better if legal for you to do so.
  12. JOhnson

    Website Music Players

    Hi I have a internet radio I also have a basic wix website and I want to know if its possible to add WindowsMedia, Winamp. VLC player icons to my website so people can click on them to listen to the radio that I stream ... to all replies I thanks you :D
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  14. Remember the browser wars? In 1995, Microsoft launched Internet Explorer and started bundling it with Windows in order to snatch away market share from the then-dominant browser, Netscape. It worked — in the early naughts, all everyone ever used for browsing was Internet Explorer. But then came the alternatives: Firefox in 2004 and Google's Chrome 2008. These browsers were faster and more advanced than Internet Explorer and they slowly chipped away at Microsoft's browser market share, prompting Microsoft to essentially kill IE in 2015 and replace it with Edge. Now, however, we may be near the point in which Microsoft throws in the towel and switches to a browser based on Chromium, Google's open-source browser project upon which Chrome (and several other browser, like Brave or Opera) is built. According to a report from Windows Central, Microsoft is working on a Chromium-based browser, codenamed "Anaheim," which will replace Edge as the default browser on Windows 10. The report claims that Edge's rendering engine, EdgeHTML, is "dead" though it's unclear whether the new browser will live under the Edge brand or be called something else entirely. The news comes shortly after 9to5Google spotted that a pair of Microsoft developers were contributing to Chromium. Though those commits were related to a Chrome version for ARM processor, it's possible that some of the work will end up being used in Microsoft's new, Chromium-based browser as well. The news is big, though not entirely unexpected. Edge never managed to get traction with users; it currently has 4.34% market share according to NetMarketShare, compared to Chrome's 63.6%. Even Microsoft's largely deprecated Internet Explorer stands much better, with a 11.19% market share. But if Microsoft, which once dominated the web browser market, really starts pushing a Chromium-based browser as Windows default, it surely has to feel like defeat. For users, the news is probably good. In recent years, Chrome (more precisely, its browser engine, Blink) has basically become the standard for rendering the web. A Microsoft-made Chromium-based browser would render web pages nearly identically as Chrome, meaning less confusion over which web site works well in what browser. Read full article @ https://mashable.com/article/microsoft-chromium-browser-report/#O5pi4qodRmqY
  15. mIRC 7.53 has been released! (November 29th 2018) This release includes improvements, changes and fixes to a number of features, including: Added support for voice selection to speech options dialog. Added support for CPRIVMSG and CNOTICE if listed in numeric 005. Updated OpenSSL library to v1.0.2p and CA root certificates cacert.pem file. Extended/drawpic and $pic() to enable access to multi-frame icons/GIFs. Extended /set -g and /unset -gl switches to enable use of local/global variables. Changed all time-related features to use 64bit time values. Add/Fixed features/issues in a number of identifiers including $encode(), $decode(), $ctime(), $readini(), $cb(), $var(). Changed udpate check/other features to avoid insecure SSL protocols in HTTP requests under Windows XP. Added support for numeric 005 STATUSMSG=@+ and WALLVOICES and commands /vmsg, /vnotice, and /wallvoices. Changed channel mode parsing to handle channel keys hidden from non-ops only on the Undernet ircd. Changed CAP packet-size request to use 2048 bytes if available. Added $eventparms identifer that returns event-specific parameters passed to an executed command in a script. Changed perform/joins on connect to be delayed if nickserv request is sent during logon. Updated PCRE regex library to v8.42 and TagLib sound library to latest fixes. Changed script editor editbox to allow longer lines before it starts wrapping. Added support for IRCv3 nested batches beyond basic batch support. Changed default hash table hash function to modified FNV-1A for improved distribution. Added support for dynamic-resizing in hash tables for better performance. In total, there have been over 60 changes since the last release. For a more detailed list of recent changes, please see the whatsnew.txt file. As always, the latest version of mIRC can be downloaded from the download page. Read full article @ https://www.mirc.com/index.html
  16. YouTube is gearing up to offer its prestige lineup of original series and films for free to all users, turning to its traditional ad-supported system in an attempt to bring in more viewers. The company is looking to pull back on its ad-supported programs by 2020, limiting the number of original series and films it orders, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Series that are ordered, which include a few with Hollywood star talent attached, will be available to all YouTube users for free, regardless of whether they’ve signed up for YouTube Premium. In the past, pilot episodes were free to watch, but users had to pay a monthly $12 fee to watch the entire series. Robert Kyncl, YouTube’s chief business officer, told The Hollywood Reporter that the company learned through experimentation that “a lot of the projects work incredibly well” when they’re made available for free through ad-supported networks. It’s a different approach than what YouTube’s team originally wanted to do. “If you look at our originals over the last few years, our main goal was to drive subscribers to YouTube Premium,” Kyncl said. Read full article @ https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/29/18116154/youtube-premium-free-ads-subscription-red
  17. Why it matters: HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the system that web browsers use to talk to servers, and it’s built using Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). TCP has many features that make it attractive for HTTP, but it also includes a lot of excessive code. By ditching it for the simpler User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and then adding back what HTTP needs, transmission can be smoother and faster. HTTP v1, v1.1 and v2 have all used TCP because it’s been the most efficient way to incorporate reliability, order and error-checking into Internet Protocol (IP). In this case, reliability refers to the server’s ability to check if any data was lost in the transfer, order refers to if the data is received in the order it was sent and error-checking means the server can detect corruption that occurred during transmission. As Ars Technica notes, UDP is substantially simpler than TCP but doesn’t incorporate reliability or order. But TCP isn’t perfect either, being a one size fits all solution for data transfer and thus including things HTTP doesn’t need. Google has managed to remedy this situation by developing Quick UDP Internet Protocol (QUIC), a protocol base for HTTP that maintains the simplicity of UDP but adds the couple things that HTTP needs, such as reliability and order. This should, theoretically, improve stability and speed. For example, when establishing a secure connection between client and server, TCP has to make multiple round trips to establish a connection and only after can the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol make its trips to establish an encrypted connection. QUIC can do both of these simultaneously, reducing the total number of messages. Read full article @ https://www.techspot.com/news/77482-internet-evolving-http-no-longer-use-tcp.html
  18. If you have an Amazon account, there's a chance you received an email from the company this morning informing you that your email address was disclosed publically for the world to see due to a "technical error" the company experienced. The email itself is pretty short and reads in its entirety as follows: The Verge says it reached out to Amazon for an additional comment but was simply told that the company "fixed the issue and informed customers who may have been impacted." While it appears the issue mainly affected customers in the United States and Europe, it's unknown exactly how many people this impacted.
  19. Winz

    Code Request

    No problem! Please let me know if you need something else!
  20. JOhnson

    Code Request

    thanks Winz I will play with the code over the weekend 😀
  21. Winz

    Code Request

    To send onscreen NOTICE to user - on *:JOIN:#: { /raw NOTICE $chan $nick :Time to buy a watch } To send a whisper to user - //raw whisper $chan $nick :Time to buy a watch To send a Time Reply to user - //raw NOTICE %#KISS $nick :�TIME Your message Not sure how to dupe that dot Let me know if you have any questions
  22. JOhnson

    Code Request

    Hi ... I am after a code request and I hope this is the right place to ask for it 😌 Ages and OMG it was ages ago hizpower gave me a code in the old SPCN where I could leave a message to a nick that joined my room and only they could see the message. The problem is I left it on my HDD and not my Ex Drive and my pc crashed 😢 and I losted it ... so if anyone has a code that I am requesting that will work with IRCWX I would appreciate it 😀 as always I will say thank you for any help on this one 😀
  23. Broadband fiber-optics carry information on pulses of light, at the speed of light, through optical fibers. But the way the light is encoded at one end and processed at the other affects data speeds. This world-first nanophotonic device, just unveiled in Nature Communications, encodes more data and processes it much faster than conventional fiber optics by using a special form of 'twisted' light. Dr. Haoran Ren from RMIT's School of Science, who was co-lead author of the paper, said the tiny nanophotonic device they have built for reading twisted light is the missing key required to unlock super-fast, ultra-broadband communications. "Present-day optical communications are heading towards a 'capacity crunch' as they fail to keep up with the ever-increasing demands of Big Data," Ren said. "What we've managed to do is accurately transmit data via light at its highest capacity in a way that will allow us to massively increase our bandwidth." Current state-of-the-art fiber-optic communications, like those used in Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN), use only a fraction of light's actual capacity by carrying data on the colour spectrum. New broadband technologies under development use the oscillation, or shape, of light waves to encode data, increasing bandwidth by also making use of the light we cannot see. This latest technology, at the cutting edge of optical communications, carries data on light waves that have been twisted into a spiral to increase their capacity further still. This is known as light in a state of orbital angular momentum, or OAM. In 2016 the same group from RMIT's Laboratory of Artificial-Intelligence Nanophotonics (LAIN) published a disruptive research paper in Science journal describing how they'd managed to decode a small range of this twisted light on a nanophotonic chip. But technology to detect a wide range of OAM light for optical communications was still not viable, until now. "Our miniature OAM nano-electronic detector is designed to separate different OAM light states in a continuous order and to decode the information carried by twisted light," Ren said. "To do this previously would require a machine the size of a table, which is completely impractical for telecommunications. By using ultrathin topological nanosheets measuring a fraction of a millimeter, our invention does this job better and fits on the end of an optical fiber." LAIN Director and Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research Innovation and Entrepreneurship at RMIT, Professor Min Gu, said the materials used in the device were compatible with silicon-based materials use in most technology, making it easy to scale up for industry applications. Read full article @ https://phys.org/news/2018-10-groundbreaking-technology-times-faster-internet-harnessing.html
  24. err0r

    I'm back...

    welcome back
  25. xTeam_overdose

    I'm back...

    haha unfortunately I survived... definitely missed all you guys, MSN chat and XT
  26. Casa

    I'm back...

    Ohno please not overdose
  27. xTeam_overdose

    I'm back...

    Hey guys, I can't remember my old password for the life of me but it's overdose from xTeam (x-tacy~ before that) had my thoughts about MSN chat and xTeam the other day. How are you all? To prove it's me I used to run overdosedesigns.net lol
  28. err0r

    Bandwidth / Storage

    i'm sure they have tiered plans.. try that and if u need more and you feel it's worth it you can move to a bigger plan
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